Redi-Tag Permanent Stick Write-On Index Tabs

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Redi-Tag Permanent Stick Write-On Index Tabs - Create a personalized index with these permanent adhesive tabs. Tabs are self-stick and attach to side or bottom of a page for easy viewing. 1 x 7/16" plastic tabs with white index area."

  • Heavy-duty plastic tabs won’t curl or tear.
  • Attach to side of page for easy viewing.
  • Blank “write-on” tabs; preprinted numerical and alphabetical tabs.
  • 1" x 7/16" tab size.
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  • Q:

    I am taking the general contractors exam and the the state only allows permanent tabs in the testing center, they say "if the tab doesn't rip the page, then it is not permitted," will these tabs pass that inspection?
    Asked on 8/29/2013 by Christopher

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    • A:

      Dear Christopher,

      I'm a new customer and noticed your question was unanswered. Hopefully an answer is not too late. I've been using Redi-Tag brand tabs for 7-8years on my textbooks and I love them. I have not been able to find them in our local stores and stumbled onto this website. In regards to ripping pages, I found, it depends on the thickness of the pages and where the tabs are placed on the page. On thinner pages if the tab is placed close to the top or bottom of the page, the page may rip. I have textbooks that the tabs have been on for years and they are still there.

      Hope this helps & best of luck,

      Answered on 10/12/2013 by apples7476 from Indianapolis
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