Index Tabs

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Index Tabs   (158467)
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Form ID: 158467

  1. Enter Quantity
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    Please enter the number of tab sets needed. Each set consists of a full complement of tabs, based on the number of tabs per set.

    Examples

    5 Tabs Per Set

    • Tab 1
    • Tab 2
    • Tab 3
    • Tab 4
    • Tab 5

    1 Set = 1 each of tabs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5

    3 Tabs Per Set

    • Tab 1
    • Tab 2
    • Tab 3

    1 Set = 1 each of tabs 1, 2, and 3

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    The number of tabs in a row determines the length of each tab. Please refer to the chart below to see the relationship of tab width to the number of tabs per row.

    TabsWidth
    2 tabs 5 in.
    3 tabs 3.33 in.
    4 tabs 2.5 in.
    5 tabs 2 in.
    6 tabs 1.66 in.
    7 tabs 1.43 in.
    8 tabs 1.25 in.



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  4. Tab Style

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    Plain die-cut index tabs are printed on a heavy index stock and provide a quick and economical option for printing index tabs.

    Mylar-reinforced index tabs are sealed with a durable Mylar film, adding extra strength and longer life to the index tab. As with plain die-cut tabs, the tabs are printed on a heavy index stock.

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  5. Mylar Options

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    Mylar-reinforced tabs are available in 19 colors. Use the radio options and dropdowns provided to select a color for your tabs or individual colors for each tab in a set.

    Clear Red Warm Red Orange Coral Yellow Light Yellow Light Green Medium Green Dark Green Light Blue Medium Blue Dark Blue Brown Amber Pink Purple Light Gray Gray

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  6. Size

  7. Sides

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    If you'd like your tabs to include text on both sides, choose double-sided. If you'd like your tabs to include text only on the front, choose single-sided instead.

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  8. Collation

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    Take the hassle out of sorting your index tabs by having us collate them for you in-house. We can collate them front-to-back or in reverse order.

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  9. Hole Drilling

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    Drilling is the printing term for punching holes along the spine edge of a printed item. Three-hole drilling allows your printed items to be conveniently stored in a standard three-ring binder. 3/16", 1/4", and 5/16" holes are available. Of these, 5/16" is the most common.

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  10. Binding Edge

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    If you want to extend the life of your index tabs, consider adding a Mylar-reinforced binding edge. This will help prevent ripping around the holes when you use your tabs in a binder. A binding edge is unnecessary on poly-plastic index tabs, since those pages are already made of plastic.

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  11. Turnaround Times

    Note: Shipping and delivery are not included in these turnaround times.
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