Pendaflex End Tab Expansion Folder - 50 per box

Letter - 8.5" x 11" - Straight Tab Cut - 1.5" Expansion - 50 / Box - 14pt. - Manila

Reg. Price $59.98

Our Price $41.02 Per Box

Quantity In Stock!
Expandable design accommodates up to 300 letter-size sheets
Straight-cut tabs are double-ply reinforced for durability
14 point manila stock is durable to prevent tearing
Acid-free material prevents discoloring for long-lasting use
For use in end-tab filing systems (sold separately)
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End Tab File Folder
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Additional Information

Double-ply straight cut with full tabs

Limited Warranty


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Pendaflex End Tab Expansion Folder - 50 per box

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I will buy this product again and again

By Lecia the Filer

from Alexandria, MN

About Me Quality Oriented


  • Durable Construction
  • Easy To Label
  • Protects Documents


    Best Uses

    • File organization
    • Long Term Storage

    Comments about Pendaflex End Tab Expansion Folder - 50 per box:

    We file client documents needed to meet their needs. We don't have to worry about the documents getting ripped or bent.

    • Primary use:
    • Business

    A good quality folder

    By brandon124

    from Las Vegas

    Comments about Pendaflex End Tab Expansion Folder - 50 per box:

    I really like how with the reinforced tabs, they wont bend as easy. It keeps them looking nice and fresh for a neat look. I highly recommend this product.


    Saves me so much time!!

    By JD90

    from New York

    Comments about Pendaflex End Tab Expansion Folder - 50 per box:

    These folders truly are the best. They not only hold up well, but make things incredibly easy for my filing and my business. Pros: 1.) Durable, long lasting, no need to worry about replacing, papers falling out, etc 2.) Locating files have never been easier 3.) Helps keep me organized Overall, can't really go wrong with these. I can't think of any reasons you wouldn't like these.


    Fantastic Product

    By Shannon

    from Dayton, OH, USA

    Comments about Pendaflex End Tab Expansion Folder - 50 per box:

    These folders are a great way to organize any office. I work in a medical records office and we use these for the patients' charts. They are durable, expandable, and come in a variety of colors. We usually go through about 2 boxes or more a month (in multiple colors), and we buy the same ones every time, because they are perfect for what we need. The different colors are great for color coding the different types of charts.

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