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Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box

Blank - 5 Tab(s)/Set - 8.50" x 11" - 20 / Box - White Divider - Assorted Tab

Reg. Price $37.60

Our Price $26.98 Per Box

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Divide materials into separate classifications inside any three-ring binder with white index dividers. Assorted 1/5 cut tabs allow quick identification of each category. Dividers are slit-punched to accept fasteners so you can keep log sheets or schedules on the dividers.
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Packaged Quantity
20 / Pack
Product Type
Index Divider
Tabs per Set
5 Tab/Set
Green Compliant
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Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box

(based on 5 reviews)

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I love these dividers

By Cathy

from Santa Fe Springs, CA

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  • Easy Retrieval
  • Easy to Organize
  • Sturdy


    Best Uses

    • Large Volumes
    • Staying Organized

    Comments about Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box:

    I use these for presentation books all the time. I also use these for staying organized.

    • Primary use:
    • Business

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


    Flaw with design

    By Unhappy

    from Kansas City, MO


    • Affordable


    • Logo Stamp On Back

    Best Uses

      Comments about Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box:

      I was highly disappointed while putting together a professional booklet when I realized every 5th tab has a large Smead logo in black ink on the back. The booklets I put together require more than 5 tabs so it's very noticeable while flipping through the pages.

      • Primary use:
      • Business


      By slt1090

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box:

      As a non-traditional student, I have found many of Smead's products helpful. The one that has helped the most is the 3-Ring Binder Index Dividers. The last class I take is called Capstone. I have to prove that I am competent in all 10 core compentencies of the social work practice. I am able, with the dividers, to show quickly what I have accomplished for each competency, by placing the artifact for each compentency in its own heading. I have used this product for my BSW and will be using it again for my MSW.


      smead me in school

      By Windy

      from Delray Beach, FL, USA

      Comments about Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box:

      Irequire my 7th grade language arts students to have a separate 3-ring binder for my class. I buy a bunch of Smead dividers for those who "forget" that we need them, too.


      Awesome Product

      By CindyR

      from Kingman, az

      Comments about Smead 3-Ring Binder Index Divider - 20 per box:

      My son uses these for school and other various projects!!! Very nice to have

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