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  • Question on GTD system file folders

    Hi,

    I had a question for anyone who owns the official GTD system file folders (the set of 12 colored folders, 6 of which are named and 6 no name, and the folders are 3-tab type).

    Do these folders contain a pocket cover inside? Or they are like manila 3-tab folders from inside too?

    I meant to ask if I hold them vertically, can the documents slip out of them, as it can happen from manila 3-tab folders (as they are plain inside)?

    If these do contain pocket cover inside to hold paper/docs.. .is the pocket cover present on both front-inside and back-inside?

    I was not able to find any inside pic of these folders.

    Thanks in advance for the response.

  • #2
    Open on three sides.

    Originally posted by notandor View Post
    Or they are like manila 3-tab folders from inside too?
    Yes. From the product page https://secure.davidco.com/store/cat...ZE-p-16622.php:

    For your desk or briefcase, these sturdy plastic folders, open on three sides, are the easiest way to keep paperwork organized at all times.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TesTeq View Post
      Yes. From the product page https://secure.davidco.com/store/cat...ZE-p-16622.php:

      For your desk or briefcase, these sturdy plastic folders, open on three sides, are the easiest way to keep paperwork organized at all times.
      Thanks for the response. I was not sure if they have a pocket inside as only outside pic was available, not an internal view of open folder.

      I'm not even sure that if any manila 3-tab folders exists (paper or plastic), which have internal pocket at bottom to keep documents from falling while carrying vertically.

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      • #4
        It's not exactly what you're talking about, but you might look at what's usually called a file jacket, rather than a file folder.

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        • #5
          The folders come in a plastic carrying pouch. You can also put them in an accordion-style file folder carrier. I've never had anything fall out of these folders and they are built to take years of use and abuse. I highly recommend them.

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