Hanging File Folder Frames to Transform File Cabinet Drawers
Tackle that pile of precariously stacked files on the corner of your desk with hanging file folder frames. The frames transform file cabinet drawers into hanging file holders, even if your cabinets have been around since typewriters ruled the office. Instead of replacing your file cabinets, simply outfit them with frames so you can neatly hang all of your files to create an organized file storage center.
Hang Those Files
Close your eyes and picture how neat and organized your file drawers can be with all that paperwork neatly tucked in the designated hanging file folders. But wait – your cabinets don't accept hanging files. What is the solution? Hanging file folder frames, of course. Some may argue that seemingly random stacks of files on a desk are organization enough, but we're willing to bet a little organization in the form of a file drawer is a more efficient method of organization. Not all file cabinets come with built-in rails to accept hanging files. That means the files that do make it into the drawers can flop around inside the drawer. Hanging file folders keep everything upright and in place. With tabs, each file gets its own little identifier, standing at attention on top of the folders.
Fit Your Files
It's the great office debate: letter-sized versus legal-sized files. Who's the winner in your office? Either way we have you covered with hanging file frame options that hold either letter- or legal-sized hanging files. Can't decide or work with both sizes of files? Choose a flexible hanging file folder frame option. Give the frame a quick push or pull and it quickly switches between letter- and legal-sized capacity. You can leave your tool belt at home because this frame doesn't require any tools for the transformation. You do need a file cabinet wide enough to accept legal-sized hanging files to accommodate the legal-sized versions of hanging file folder frames.
Make It Fit Your Drawers
Not all file cabinet drawers are created equally. And they're not all sized the same, either. That doesn't mean you need to break out your tape measure before you order your hanging file frames. Many versions let you adjust the size to fit drawers between 24 and 27 inches deep. Some options feature notches along the side rails. Once you know how long you need the rails, simply snap them at the appropriate notches, and you instantly have a custom length hanging file frame that fits perfectly into your drawer. Assembling the frame is easy once you get the side rails to the correct length. You'll be hanging files before you know it and using up every filing inch available in your drawers when you match your frames to the depth of the drawers.