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EGP File folders help you organize your physical records needs. File folders offer several options for securing documents and for making the ease of quick reference convenient.

One of the first decisions you must make when designing a filing system is whether it will be a TOP TAB or END TAB system. TOP TAB, or drawer filing, is the most familiar. File folders have tabs on the top with file headings that can be read while the folders are in a drawer. END TAB, or shelf filing, uses folders that have tabs on the side or the end of the folder. The tabs are readable when folders are placed on shelving, such as in a central filing area or in overhead bins in a work station.

A full pocket encompasses the length of the folder, with the opening running the long, vertical way of the folder. A half pocket has its opening run horizontal and are the traditional style that one is used to for folders

A diagonal cut has a 45 degree angle on the top right of the tab, and is almost always seen in an end tab folder. A full tab does not have a diagonal cut, and as such the entire tab runs a full length of the vertical length for a folder on a top tab, and the full length of the horizontal for an end tab