Smead Top Tab Colored Classification Folder - 8.50" x 11" - 0.25" - Tyvek - Blue

Letter - 8.50" x 11" - 2/5 Tab Cut on Right of Center - 2 Dividers - 2" Expansion Fastener - 2" Capacity - 0.25" - Tyvek - Blue - 10 / Box

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Classification folders make ideal project files because they allow you to create subdivisions of material within one folder. Fasteners on the front and back panels and the dividers create separate filing surfaces. Reinforced self tab is 1/2" high and 2/5 cut right of center. Each 14 point folder expands 2" and offers two 2" prong B-style fasteners in positions 1 and 3. Dividers are made of 18 point manila stock and feature 3/8" high tabs (1/3 cut) and 1" twin prong fasteners on both sides. Divider is fully taped to the gusset.

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Smead Manufacturing Company
Manufacturer Part Number
Brand Name
Product Type
Classification Folder
Folder Capacity
Sheet Standard
Sheet Size
8.5" x 11"
Number of Plys
Reinforced Tab
Additional Information
  • Tab 1/2" high
  • Top corners rounded, front and back
  • Specifications of Divider(s):
  • Tab 3/8" high, 1/3 cut
  • 1" twin prong fastener
  • Divider(s) fully taped to gusset
  • Fasteners on both sides of divide
Green Compliant
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority


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Smead Top Tab Colored Classification Folder - 8.50" x 11" - 0.25" - Tyvek - Blue

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One Word Organize It

By Martha the Organizer

from Dallas, TX

About Me Midrange Shopper


  • Easy to Organize


    Best Uses

    • Staying Organized

    Comments about Smead Top Tab Colored Classification Folder - 8.50" x 11" - 0.25" - Tyvek - Blue:

    I use this product to set up Active employee files this way no matter who's file they pick they are able to find whatever they need in the exact same place. I preset 6 sections with labels at the bottom to make sure that the proper items are added to the proper section. Helps management find items easily regardless of who's file they are looking at.

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    • Business

    (6 of 8 customers found this review helpful)


    Keep it together

    By Duchess

    from Phoenix, AZ, USA

    Comments about Smead Top Tab Colored Classification Folder - 8.50" x 11" - 0.25" - Tyvek - Blue:

    I use these for contracts and invoices. I have several companies that have detailed contracts that include flat rate pricing for items and monthly maintenance invoices. These folders keep it all in one place. Every time I get an invoice, I can verify it with the contract on the first flap, process the invoice, and file in the corresponding section. I also use one section to track correspondence, change orders and miscellaneous. I have also used these for leases in the past. Add the lease on one side, correspondence and then and change orders or amendments in another area. Keeping it altogether and only pulling one file works so great! I have even used this to divide documents by year.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


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    By Lavero

    from Puerto Rico

    Comments about Smead Top Tab Colored Classification Folder - 8.50" x 11" - 0.25" - Tyvek - Blue:

    I'm very satisfy with this product, it help me a lot. It keep my office files organize. I love its surfaces, the durability and the variety of color helps me identify my themes and look good.

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