Avery Permanent File Folder LabelsFiling Labels & Systems
Use With 1/3 Tab Cut Folders - 1,500/ Box - Red - View Complete Details
Product Number: AVE5066
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Avery Permanent File Folder Labels - Create professional-looking file folder labels for easy and quick file identification. Labels with TrueBlock completely cover everything underneath so you can reuse mailing tubes, boxes and more. Bright white labels have permanent adhesive that sticks without lift or curl. Each sheet of labels is acid-free, jam-free and smudge-free. Each sheet has labels sized to fit 1/3-cut tabs. File folder labels are compatible with inkjet and laser printers. Avery offers many easy-to-use templates for Microsoft Word and other popular software programs.
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- Now with Ultrahold™ Adhesive that sticks to more tough surfaces ensuring your label doesn't fall off your package.
- TrueBlock® Technology completely covers up what's underneath so you can create new folders or cover up handwriting or an existing label.
- Reuse file folders and still obtain a professional appearance.
- Easy to customize with free templates from Avery® Design & Print.
- This product was made using wood sourced from a certified managed forest.
- 8 1/2" x 11" sheets for laser and inkjet printers.
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Comments about Avery Permanent File Folder Labels:
I loved making the labels for my 160 students' individual files. I thought it would be a great investment of my time to have a place for work to be returned. After I labelled all the folders, and began putting papers in them, I realized I would have to tape the labels in place or lose most of them. Another 2 hours to use packing tape to get them to stay put. :(
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