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Where to buy file dividers

File dividers are a good way of organising and categorising document sections in reports, presentations and project files. Using file dividers you can organise any files into alphabetical order, in order of genre or you could even colour code them, making your file easy to access. File dividers will also add a professional touch to any work that you may want to store. Read on to learn more on file dividers.

Buying file dividers in store

WH Smith is a good place to invest in some file dividers. They sell a huge variety of dividers in different colours, styles and for a reasonable price. You can buy a pack of 20 a-z, A4 file dividers for £1.99, or you can opt for a pack of plastic file dividers, in a range of different colours at a reduced price of £1.79. Staples is another good store to purchase file dividers. they also sell a wide range of dividers including Avery dividers with premium quality indexes, folder dividers, and translucent dividers at a starting price of £1.69.

Buying file dividers online

The Office Supplies Supermarket offer a huge variety of file dividers at very low prices, as well as selling dividers. They also offer indexes and tabs. On this website, you can purchase high quality A4 board dividers that are euro punched for filing, the RRP is £1.79. However, at The Office Supplies Supermarket, you can buy a 10-part set of file dividers for just 39p, or there is an option to buy in bulk. Office 365 is another good website to purchase file dividers from. You can save a lot of money on file dividers, index, and tabs, which include a range of sizes such as A3, A4 and A5. Their range also includes coloured tabs and A-Z index tabs. The dividers, indexes and tab products that they stock include subject dividers which are made from high quality board and they’re available in a range of colours for easy section location. They are also multi-punched for filing. You can purchase high quality, A4, 5-part subject dividers from just 14p on this website, or choose to buy in bulk to get even more for your money.

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