Avery WorkSaver 11271 Pocket Divider with Insertable Tabs - 5 x Divider(s) - 5 Tab(s)/Set - 9" Divid
Item Number: AVE11271
Our Price: $2.58 / ST (savings $1.21)
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- Front pocket big enough to hold letter-size pages without folding or punching
- 3-hole punched and ready for use
- Add extra storage space to your binder with convenient pockets
- Create custom labels with free online templates
Durable white dividers feature a clear reinforced binding edge and Rip-Proof tabs. Three-hole punched and ready for use. Each divider features a front storage pocket wide enough to hold letter-size pages without punching or folding. Stash loose papers, CDs, notes and more. Divider includes standard-size tab inserts. Compatible with your laser or inkjet printer. Avery offers many easy-to-use templates for Microsoft and many other popular software programs.
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Manufacturer Part Number: 11271
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.avery.com
Product Model: 11271
Product Name: Pocket Insertable Dividers
Packaged Quantity: 5 / Set
Total Number of Dividers: 5
Divider Width: 9"
Divider Length: 11"
Divider Color: White
Divider Material: Paper
Tabs per Set: 5
Tab Color: Clear
Tab Material: Plastic
Number of Holes Punched: 3
Features: Insertable,Reinforced Edges,Insertable Tab
- WorkSaver 11271 Pocket Divider with Insertable Tabs
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