Index Tabs

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Index Tabs   (158467)
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Form ID: 158467
  1. ?

    Please enter the number of tab sets needed. Each set consists of a full complement of tabs, based on the number of tabs per set.


    5 Tabs Per Set

    • Tab 1
    • Tab 2
    • Tab 3
    • Tab 4
    • Tab 5

    1 Set = 1 each of tabs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5

    3 Tabs Per Set

    • Tab 1
    • Tab 2
    • Tab 3

    1 Set = 1 each of tabs 1, 2, and 3

  2. ?

    Please enter the number of tabs needed for each set of tabs you're ordering. For example, if you're ordering sets of tabs for each month of the year (January through December), you would need 12 tabs per set.

  3. ?

    The number of tabs in a row determines the length of each tab. Please refer to the chart below to see the relationship of tab width to the number of tabs per row.

    2 tabs 5 in.
    3 tabs 3.33 in.
    4 tabs 2.5 in.
    5 tabs 2 in.
    6 tabs 1.66 in.
    7 tabs 1.43 in.
    8 tabs 1.25 in.

  4. Tab Style


    Plain die-cut index tabs are printed on a heavy index stock and provide a quick and economical option for printing index tabs.

    Mylar-reinforced index tabs are sealed with a durable Mylar film, adding extra strength and longer life to the index tab. As with plain die-cut tabs, the tabs are printed on a heavy index stock.

  5. Mylar Options


    Mylar-reinforced tabs are available in 19 colors. Use the radio options and dropdowns provided to select a color for your tabs or individual colors for each tab in a set.

    Clear Red Warm Red Orange Coral Yellow Light Yellow Light Green Medium Green Dark Green Light Blue Medium Blue Dark Blue Brown Amber Pink Purple Light Gray Gray

  6. Size

  7. Sides


    If you'd like your tabs to include text on both sides, choose double-sided. If you'd like your tabs to include text only on the front, choose single-sided instead.

  8. Collation


    Take the hassle out of sorting your index tabs by having us collate them for you in-house. We can collate them front-to-back or in reverse order.

  9. ?

    Drilling is the printing term for punching holes along the spine edge of a printed item. Three-hole drilling allows your printed items to be conveniently stored in a standard three-ring binder. 1/4", and 5/16" holes are available. Of these, 5/16" is the most common.

  10. Binding Edge


    If you want to extend the life of your index tabs, consider adding a Mylar-reinforced binding edge. This will help prevent ripping around the holes when you use your tabs in a binder. A binding edge is unnecessary on poly-plastic index tabs, since those pages are already made of plastic.

  11. Turnaround Times

    Note: Orders received after 10:30 AM will be considered received the following business day. The turnaround times indicate when the product will ship from our production facilities in Dallas TX and does not include time for shipping. Every effort will be made to meet your requested turnaround time. If we fail to meet your requested turnaround time, the rush charges will be billed according to the schedule above.

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