Asked by: Iban Schmidtpeterasked in category: General Last Updated: 22nd May, 2020
What is the difference between 1/3 cut and 1/5 cut file folders?
Similarly, what is the difference between 1/3 cut and 1/5 cut hanging file folders?
1/3 are the longer tabs and 1/5 are the shorter tabs. Think of (with respects to the 1/3 tabs) it taking 3 of the tabs to make a folder. With the 1/5, it takes 5 tabs to make the length of the folder (thus each tab is shorter than the 1/3). No, hanging folders and tabs are required by you.
Subsequently, question is, what are the sizes of hanging file folders? A letter size file folder, folded along the primary score line, shall measure 8 5/8 inches in height (for the front flap), 9 5/8 inches in height (for the back flap), and 11 3/4 inches in width. The allowable variation for each dimension shall be plus or minus 1/16 inch.
Then, what are the types of file folders?
However if your office requires your folders to be water-resistant or heavier, plastic and pressboard file folders are the better choice.
- Basic File Folders.
- Hanging File Folders.
- Straight Tab Folders.
- Right-Cut Tabs.
- Repositionable Tabs.
- Colored File Folders.
- Manila File Folders.
- Kraft File Folders.
How big is a file drawer?
The typical office vertical file cabinet is 28½ inches deep and the drawer holds 27 inches of files. Shallower cabinets are also made: 26½-inch deep cabinets with 25″ drawer depth, 25″ deep cabinets with 23½-inch drawers.