View Full Version : "old free-standing files" vs. pendaflex
12-08-2002, 11:56 PM
My question is quite simple:
what are "old free-standing files" exactly? which is the difference w/ pendaflex?
I live in Europe and i can not figure out what does it mind?
David talks a lot about that in his book but there arenīt any pictures.
can you show me?
12-09-2002, 08:56 AM
I think he means regular 'old' manila folders, coming in 1/3 cut and 1/5 cut. Before the days of Pendaflex, the file cabinets had a movable adjuster from the back that kept all the files upright.
I am using the 'one manila folder per Pendaflex' system, and so far it is working out well.
12-09-2002, 09:54 AM
Regular folders: http://www.staples.ca/products/catalog/skuset.asp?SuperCategoryId=1&skusetid=261
Hanging/Pendaflex folders: http://www.staples.ca/products/catalog/skuset.asp?skusetid=13258&first=ESS59254&SuperCate goryId=1
12-09-2002, 10:17 PM
Thanx Pam, but Staples required a Canadian zip code :wink: , so here's a try with links that works from Sweden at least (or go to Staples.com, enter any five digit code as a zip, and browse for 'Office Supplies / File Folders & Filing / ').
Manila 1/3 cut folders:
http://www.staples.com/Catalog/Browse/skuset.asp?PageType=2&SkuSetID=940728&bcFlag=True& bcSCatId=1&bcSCatName=Office+Supplies&bcCatId=15&b cCatName=File+Folders+%26+Filing&bcClassId=140597& bcClassName=File+Folders
Pendaflex type hanging folders:
http://www.staples.com/Catalog/Browse/skuset.asp?PageType=2&SkuSetID=941260&bcFlag=True& bcSCatId=1&bcSCatName=Office+Supplies&bcCatId=15&b cCatName=File+Folders+%26+Filing&bcClassId=140599& bcClassName=Hanging+File+Folders
HTH / Kjell