Smead Smartstrip® Labeling System (for laser printers) - 7.50" Width x 1.50" Length - Rectangle
Item Number: SMD66004
Our Price: $32.52 / PK (savings $13.34)
Quantity in Stock: 95
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- Easy-to-use software with over 20 built-in designs to match any filing system
- Easy "drag and drop" design feature allows you to perfectly match existing label formats
- All information prints on a single label form
- Prints bar codes for tracking file usage with document management software
- For use with laser printer
Refill kit is designed to replenish the Smead Smartstrip Labeling System. This system gives you the efficiency of an end-tab, color-coded filing system using your laser printer. Choose from more than 19 different label designs. Match existing label designs through clicking and dragging the color bands. Customize text and use bar codes. Refill kit includes 250 label forms. Each label form contains one 7-1/2" x 1-1/2" label strip, two standard folder labels and six index or alert labels. Starter kit with software is sold separately.
Manufacturer: Smead Manufacturing Company
Manufacturer Part Number: 66004
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.smead.com
Product Name: Smartstrip End Tab Labeling System
Packaged Quantity: 1 Pack
Print Technology: Laser
Weight (Approximate): 2.90 lb
Package Contents: Color Coded LabelCD Software for Windows50 x Label Forms
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