Question about Globe-Weis Everyday Fast File Sorter
Does the Globe-Weis Everyday Fast File Sorter have a hole cut in every page? The reason I ask is because I've been trying to find one that I could actually touch and feel at some of the office supply stores, but haven't found any. I did find one made by another manufacturer, and it had a hole cut in every page, right in the middle...what is the purpose of that?
How do you use that Fast File Sorter? You can't have it upright, like a book, can you? If so, wouldn't all the papers and slips fall out? It all seems so simple, but I don't know I have it figured out. Any help would be appreciated.
yes, a hole cut in each page
The hole lets you see if there is a paper in that "slot". These come either a-z for gathering papers before filing (often used in doctor's offices) or 1-31 (and then months listed) and are often used in radio and tv stations where anyhing to be read on the air is ordered by day or for bills or things that need a attention on a prticular day. I have railed agasint these because I have lost stuff in them, but the real isue is my not using it daily or leaving a not in a mian fold or on myn calendar that I put something in it. For filling, some people keep them flat and others upright and facing you (with the letters or numbers showing toward you) in order to quickly slip stuff in. But for retrieval the book is usually used flat. If you are in US I think I got mine at Office Depot but many old fashioned small office supply stores keep one of each on hand. and I like to patronizr these little places if I can.