SMD21538

Smead Colored Pressboard Folder - 8.50" x 11" - Red

Letter - 8.50" x 11" - 1/3 Tab Cut on Assorted Position - 1" Expansion Fastener - 0.32" - Pressboard - Red - 25 / Box

Reg. Price $71.70

Our Price $50.98 Per Box

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Pressboard folders offer all the advantages of tough pressboard with the added feature of color to help speed your filing. Folders come with matching color, Tyvek 1" expansion. 1/3 cut tab folders offer superior durability with pressboard that resists wear and tear. Tab is 1/2" high. File folders are made of 23 point colored pressboard with a high percentage of recycled material.

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SKU
SMD21538
Manufacturer
Smead Manufacturing Company
Manufacturer Part Number
21538
Brand Name
Smead
Packaged Quantity
25 / Pack
Product Type
Top Tab File Folder
Color
Reds
Sheet Standard
Letter
Sheet Size
8.5" x 11"
Features
Rounded Corner
Material
Pressboard
Recycled
Yes
Green Compliant
Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority
SFI

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    Do these come in legal size in all the colors
    Asked on 1/8/2015 by Layton

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      Yes these do come in legal size colored folders! The item numbers would be as follows:
      Blue: SMD22530
      Red: SMD22538
      Dark Blue: SMD22541
      Green: SMD22546

      Answered on 1/13/2015 by Shoshana
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Color Your Years!

By Gamer

from North Attleborough, MA, USA

Comments about Smead Colored Pressboard Folder - 8.50" x 11" - Red:

I have come up with a system to file that helps me distinguish what year a customer started doing business with our company. Each year I choose a different color file folder to file new customers into. Example 2010 I used red folders, 2011 I used purple and this year I chose gray. There are so many color in the Smead Pressboard File folders that my file cabinets look like a rainbow and also keep tabs on what year my customers started business with our company! Great product! Great Organizing!

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