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    Perhaps I've just had a sheltered life, but the stationery I've always used appears subtly different from the norms across the pond. Most crucially,
    loose papers are either filed in a binder or in a soft plastic wallet which would not stand up on its own.

    Can someone post a detailed description (or link to a picture? ) of the card folders?

    WHAT is a credenza?

    Thanks,

    Fat Balding Accountant

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    Folders and Credenza

    I know the plastic "wallets" that you refer to, because my partners in France use them. Look here for manilla folders of all types:

    http://www.officedepot.com/shop/cata...HK0&PP=301

    Credenza: "A piece of office furniture having a long flat top and often containing file drawers, a kneehole, and accessories for a computer." Look here to see a UK one:

    http://www.furniture-rental.co.uk/pr_exec.htm
    Regards.....Bill Kratz

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    • #3
      Credenza (US) - it's a sideboard ! (UK)

      I wanted to know for 2 years but felt too stupid to ask

      you say tomato, I say tomato..

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      • #4
        Thanks, Bill & Chris.

        Bill,

        The first link looked hopeful, but needs a US zip code for further detail. So far as I could see, the folder is basically pocket made of stiff card: is this right?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rossw
          Thanks, Bill & Chris.

          Bill,

          The first link looked hopeful, but needs a US zip code for further detail. So far as I could see, the folder is basically pocket made of stiff card: is this right?
          Yes, that's correct. To look at the selection at the link, you can put in any U.S. zip code. Try 20500 (The White House's zip code).

          Regards.....Bill Kratz http://home.attbi.com/~whkratz

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