Avery® Individual Legal Exhibit Dividers - Allstate Style - Printed Tab(s) - Digit - Exhibit 19 -
Item Number: AVE82151
Our Price: $2.13 / PK (savings $3.76)
Quantity in Stock: 225
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- Dividers are ideal for index briefs, legal exhibits, mortgage documentation files and more
- Printed - Exhibit 19, Allstate Style (Helvetica Regular type) on both sides
- Edge is unpunched so indexes can fit any binding system; white paper stock with clear, RipProof reinforced tabs
- Size: Paper - 8.50" Width x 11" Length; packaged quantity: 25 / Pack
- 20% post-consumer material
Dividers are ideal for index briefs, legal exhibits, mortgage documentation files and more. White paper stock features clear Rip Proof reinforced side tabs that are printed on both sides. Tabs are printed with Allstate Style (Helvetica Regular type). Binding edge is unpunched so indexes can fit any binding system.
Manufacturer Part Number: 82151
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.avery.com
Product Name: Individual Legal Exhibit Dividers - Allstate Style
Packaged Quantity: 25 / Pack
Divider Width: 8.5"
Divider Length: 11"
Divider Color: White
Divider Material: Paper
Sheet Standard: Letter
Tab Style: Printed
Printed Title Type: Digit
Tab Title: Exhibit 19
Tabs per Set: 1
Tab Color: Clear
Tab Material: Paper
Features: Reinforced Tab,Rip Proof,Unpunched
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