Avery® 3/4" Round Color Coding Labels - Removable Adhesive - 3/4" Diameter - Circle - Laser, Inkj
Item Number: AVE05468
Our Price: $4.95 / PK (savings $3.42)
Quantity in Stock: 1,964
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- Color-coded for document and inventory control, organizing, highlighting and more
- Write-on design with removable adhesive
- Handwrite or print 4" x 6" sheets for laser and inkjet printers
Mark your important objects or dates with neon clarity. Round color-coding labels affix firmly to files, documents, inventory, calendars and more to help you stay organized, and they are removable so you can peel them away when you don't need them anymore. The bright color draws the eye so you can easily find similar items or keep track of important appointments. Customize the labels either by hand or with free templates available online and your laser printer. They are good for document and inventory control, routing, organizing, highlighting, price marking and scheduling. Labels come on a 4" x 6" sheet size. They are not recommended for use with color laser printers.
Manufacturer Part Number: 05468
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.avery.com
Product Name: 3/4" Round Color Coding Labels
Packaged Quantity: 1008 / Pack
Media Diameter: 3/4" Diameter
Number of Labels per Sheet: 24
Adhesive Type: Removable
Print Technology: Laser,Inkjet
Features: Easy Peel,Self-adhesive,Residue-free,Write-on Label
Color: Neon Green
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