Alphabetical Character Labels, D And Q, Light Blue
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Color Coding Labels by Smead
Name labels include color bars, which allow instant identification of a misfiled folder
Each label includes two alphabetical characters
One is in color on a white background; the other is white on a colored background
The standard for alphabetic color coding in both top tab and end tab filing systems, these wraparound style labels can be read from both sides. Thirteen colors code all 26 letters; first half of alphabet has colored letter against white and second half has white letter against colored background. Two letters are assigned to each label to reduce inventory. Simply tear off the unused letter when removing from the backing sheet. Use alone for midsized alphabetic filing systems or with ACCS or ACC style labels in larger systems.
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