ACCO® Pressboard 6-Part Classification Folders, Letter, Blue, Box of 10 - 3" Folder Capacity - L
Item Number: ACC15026
Our Price: $44.98 / BX (savings $37.42)
Quantity in Stock: 444
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- 6-part/2 center leaf design matches any organization and storage need
- Tyvek-reinforced, expandable file gusset provides maximum durability
- Six 1" fasteners match the number of folder parts
- 25 point thickness to match any organization and storage need
Classification folders offer better functionality than most binders and pocket folders when you need to keep your letter-size business files organized. This document folder functions as the perfect file organizer, complete with tabs on the cover and dividers for easy titling. Tyvek-reinforced expandable file gussets provide maximum durability. 1" size fasteners match the number of folder parts. Folder offers six parts and expands to 3".
Manufacturer: ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number: A7015026
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.acco.com
Product Name: 3" Expanding 2 Partition Classification Folders
Packaged Quantity: 10 / Box
Folder Capacity: 3"
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Number of Fasteners: 6
Fastener Capacity: 1"
Number of Dividers: 6
Folder Thickness: 6 pt.
Features: Tyvek Gusset,Reinforced Gusset,Expandable Gusset,Durable
Color: Sky Blue
Additional Information: Tabs for titling6 part/two center
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