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Staying organized is a must in any office environment and classification folders help. They come in different styles and sizes with the features you need to sort and store internal and external account information, keeping it handy for reference and accounting purposes. Shop popular brands and keep the supply room stocked. Read More

2" capacity heat-bonded fasteners in 1st and 3rd positions; 1" capacity duo fasteners on both sides of dividers keep paperwork organized 3/4" expansion between dividers Panels and dividers are bound together with Tyvek® guessets for durability Extended side tabs for identification are scored for easy placement of color-coded labels 18-pt. outer folder color stock 17-pt. kraft dividers


Keep papers organized and sorted properly in the office

When it comes to filing, no office needs are exactly alike. Where some have little need for more than your standard office supplies, others require specialty items that improve productivity and organization. When it comes to sorting papers, some accounts are larger than others. In a busy physician's office, for example, patient folders can be several inches thick, requiring more room than a standard folder offers. Stocking up on classification folders can make operations simpler.

Benefit from added features that prolong folder life

If you work in a busy office, consider anti-microbial folders to reduce the spread of germs. Select brands, such as Smead® and Medical Arts Press® offer classification folders made with special paper technology to help resist stains and moisture, keeping the files in pristine condition throughout the years. These features are particularly helpful when it comes to doctor offices and patient folders that get a lot of handling.

Classification folders hold more than your typical file folders

The main attraction of classification folders as opposed to standard file folders, is that they can hold more sheets. Some have a gusseted spine that expands easily, and most come with several dividers to make sorting different documents or records simple. Use the tabs for accurate labeling, whether you use a number or lettering system, for easy recognition in a cabinet or on a shelf. When shopping for Medical Arts Press folders or others, also consider:

  • Labels - they come in many sizes and orientations so you can create a labeling system that works for office needs
  • Sharpie markers - for bold strokes and added depth when labeling
  • Hole punchers - to make filing easier on metal prongs

Reduce environmental impact with recycled classification and patient folders

Managers concerned about environmental impact should consider classification folders that have post-consumer and recycled content, to help reduce the amount of waste in landfills. As an added bonus, after use, employees can toss them in the recycling bin.