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Wilson Jones View-Tab 8 Tab Wide Transparent Dividers - W55070
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Wilson Jones View-Tab 8 Tab Wide Transparent Dividers - W55070

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Wilson Jones View-Tab 8 Tab Wide Transparent Dividers - W55070

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ProductDescription

They say you can?t judge a book by its cover. Well, this may be the binder and index combo to put an end to that little saying. The view-tab transparent divider is specially designed to keep your tab titles in view even when the binder is closed. With one quick glance, you know what?s happening in the presentation, and it looks really smart too.

Product Details

  • 8-tab set
  • Dividers are extra-wide to allow for oversize sheets or use with sheet protectors
  • Tabs are transparent multicolor and square in shape
  • Polypropylene tab divider material is durable enough for frequent reuse
  • Create custom tabs and print all tab titles on one sheet with one-step formatting at wilsonjones.com/templates

ItemSpecifications

  • Material: Polypropylene
  • Number of Tabs: 8
  • Tab Color: Multicolor
  • Tab Shape: Square

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Hello and welcome to MyBinding video. Let?s take a look at some of the options for Wilson Jones? View-Tab Transparent Dividers. Designed to set right inside your 3-ring binder, these View-Tab transparent dividers are especially designed to keep your tabs titles in view even when the binder?s closed. This is 5-Tab version with transparent and clear dividers. Wilson Jones has a website with lots of templates so you can design your own special tabs. Whether you use their template of create your own document, it fits right into a sleeve in the back and is always seen through the tabs. This is the ... Read More
Hello and welcome to MyBinding video. Let?s take a look at some of the options for Wilson Jones? View-Tab Transparent Dividers. Designed to set right inside your 3-ring binder, these View-Tab transparent dividers are especially designed to keep your tabs titles in view even when the binder?s closed. This is 5-Tab version with transparent and clear dividers. Wilson Jones has a website with lots of templates so you can design your own special tabs. Whether you use their template of create your own document, it fits right into a sleeve in the back and is always seen through the tabs. This is the 8-Tab version. The same exact transparency and clarity and with 8 different tabs for more subjects. Giving you 5 and 8 tab dividers, you can also get 5 and 8 tab colored dividers. These tabs are colored and they?re extra wide for larger notebooks and larger documents. No labels, no tabs to insert, create with any printer. Keep yourself organized with these durable poly dividers by Wilson Jones. For more demos, reviews and how-to?s, check out MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
Can a "View Tab" tab sheet be created and printed with Microsoft Word?
Asked by daniel 8 months ago
A:
Hi Daniel,

We do have Microsoft Word templates for all of our View-Tab products. Please visit www.wilsonjones.com/templates to download the templates to print on your personal printer.

Thank you,

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
Hi: How do I print my tabs? I used the template for the View Tab document orgainizer, but now I can't print it.
Asked by LindaJean 8 months ago
A:
Hi! After you're happy with your design, click on "print", located on the bottom-middle bar of the square display. It should open a second page that has formatted your template into a printable PDF.

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
Does this product come oversized for use with sheet protectors?
Asked by William 8 months ago
A:
Hello William,

Thanks for your question. Wilson Jones® Oversized Insertable Tab Dividers are the only product we offer at this time that is extra-wide for use with sheet protectors. A clear, square 8-tab set is available.

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
Do you have instructions for setting up tabs for an 8-tab 8-1/2x11 set of dividers for a three ring binder using the Windows 7 operating system? if, so, where can I get them?
Asked by BryH 8 months ago
A:
Hello and thank you for your question regarding templates for our View-Tab Dividers.

Please visit www.wilsonjones.com/templates to download the templates to print on your personal printer. We do have Microsoft Word templates and online templates for all of our View-Tab products.

On Step 1: Select Index Templates
On Step 2: Select View-Tab Transparent Dividers
On Step 3: Select View-Tab Dividers 8-Tab

I hope this answers your question.

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
Can extra wide and regular dividers be used in the same binder to create subtabs?
Asked by Firelizard 8 months ago
A:
Hi - thanks for your question. Our standard and extra wide dividers were not designed to be used together, so we cannot confirm that it will work in the way you expect. May we suggest the Wilson Jones® MultiDex® Dividers instead? The set comes with a table of contents so that you could easily list out main sections and sub sections.

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
Q:
I'm confused as to how printing on the tabs works. Do you have to use a LaserJet printer or can you use a inkJet. Are you printing on the tabs at all?
Asked by TrashBoss 8 months ago
A:
Hi - thanks for your question. With ViewTab you do not print on the tab. You print on a standard piece of paper. When inserting the paper in the back of your binder the titles you have printed line up with the tabs to designate each section. The tabs themselves are transparent and reusable time and again because you don't actually print on them.

Answered by Mybinding.com 8 months ago
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