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Smead BCCR Color Coded Alphabetic Labels, R, Brown, 500/Roll (67088)

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Item #: 901-BCCRR
  Model #: 67088
Brand: Pendaflex
Smead BCCR Color Coded Alphabetic Labels, R, Brown, 500/Roll (67088)
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Make medical, legal or business files easy to find with these Smead BCCR bar-style color-coded brown alphabetical R labels. Complete your alpha-numeric color-coded filing system with these bar-style R labels. The brown color stands out for easy viewing, and the wraparound design offers visibility from both sides of your file folders. Each sticker peels off and applies easily for fast, simple setup. These Smead BCCR R labels are designed for use with end-tab folders, making a smart addition to shelf-style filing cabinets.
  • Labels help you easily identify and remove inactive records, making room for new chart space
  • Made of brown durable material that withstands frequent use
  • Dimensions are 1"H x 1.25"W
  • Use alphabetic color-coded labels to put an end to misfiled records and speed file retrieval time
  • They are laminated to prevent them from cracking and smudging
  • 500 per roll
Color Family : White Number of Labels Per Pack : 500 Series or Collection : Printed Text-R True Color : White
Label Type : Identification & Color Coding Brand : Pendaflex Customizable : No
Weight : 0.31 lbs. per Box

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