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Avery Style Allstate Letter Z Divider, White, 25/Pack (82188)

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Item #: 901-671439
  Model #: 82188
Brand: Avery
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Avery Style Allstate Letter Z Divider, White, 25/Pack (82188)
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Allstate® Tab Z alphabetical individual set in white color is made of heavy-duty ledger paper with unpunched binding edge and is ideal for index briefs, legal exhibits, mortgage documentation files. Allstate Tab Z alphabetical individual set has Allstate style that has Helvetica regular type font. Tab features Rip-proof reinforced laminated print on both sides and has minimum 20 percent post-consumer recycled material.
  • Index briefs, legal exhibits, mortgage documentation files and more
  • White paper stock with clear Rip-Proof™ reinforced tabs
  • Tabs are printed on both sides
  • Binding edge is unpunched so indexes can fit any binding system
  • Dividers contain 20% minimum post-consumer recycled paper
  • Allstate® Style is printed using Helvetica regular type
  • Z tab
  • White tab
  • 25/Pk
Specifications
Color Family : White Series or Collection : Style Allstate Recycled Content (%) : 20 Water Resistant : No
True Color : White Material of Item : Cardstock Post Consumer Content (%) : 20 Width in Inches : 8.5
Binder Accessory Pack Size : 20 to 29 Length in Inches : 11 Binder Accessory Type : Tab Dividers Tab Type : A - Z
Folder or Paper Size : 8.5" x 11" Type of Binder Accessory : Tab Dividers Number of Tabs in Set : 1 - 5 Pack Qty : 25
Brand : Avery Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Pack

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