I'm looking for the smallest, most streamlined way to hold 15-20 documents that each have a plastic report cover (similar to this.
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posted by frizzle
on Jan 31, 2013 -
I have a TwinLock Crown binder made in the UK dating from 1950. I would very much like to open it, remove the pages, scan them, and replace them. However, although it looks like it can be opened, the binding mechanism is entirely obscured by the binding itself. There is a metal tab at the top near the front, but it doesn't seem to move, and I'm hesitant to put pressure on it since I don't know in what direction that pressure should be applied, and I'd rather leave it closed than break it. How can I do this; is it even possible? [more inside]
posted by Devoidoid
on Aug 3, 2011 -
EuropeanOfficeFilter: Is there such a thing as a 3-ring A4-sized binder? How about a hole-puncher that works with A4 paper? [more inside]
posted by sdis
on Dec 12, 2009 -
Is there any kind of critical consensus about the claim made by Henry Binder and Hershel Parker in the 1980s that previous editions of Stephen Crane's Red Badge of Courage
were prepared with cuts demanded mostly by the original publisher and that the edition most people have read is thus much less darkly ironic than it should be, and that Binder's new presentation is a more accurate representation of Crane's original intent?
posted by mediareport
on Jun 23, 2009 -
Where can I buy an attractive, compact loose-leaf binder that uses standard lined or graphed paper? I want something I can carry around with me that is suitable for business settings, does not contain proprietary personal organizer sheets, is not as thick as the Manhattan Yellow Pages, and is not outrageously overpriced. [more inside]
posted by alms
on Feb 21, 2008 -
I'm looking for a 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" ("memo-size") 3 or 4-ring binder that will hold at least 650 sheets
posted by beammeup4
on Jul 17, 2007 -
I am trying to make index tab dividers for a group of three ring binders I am producing for a training class at my work. I would like to have them look as professional as possible.
The image below illustrates how I am creating them now.. and how I would LIKE them to look. (These are for 5.5 x 8.5 size sheets):
Aside from spending a zillion dollar with a professional service bureau, does anyone have any ideas how to achieve good results 'at home'?
posted by tucsongal
on Sep 4, 2006 -
I want to store a few dozen CDs with their liner notes and inserts (we're talking the regular American style thick CD jewel cases). Most of the CD binders seem only able to store the booklet, not the tray inserts. I'd like one that can store everything except the plastic. I want to be able to stick them back into jewel cases if I ever decide to get rid of them. [more inside]
posted by inthe80s
on May 15, 2006 -