Question by Vix: What is this office supply thing called so I can order it for my notebooks?
I’ve been looking everywhere for this thing in stores and I cannot find them; I can’t order them online because, despite all the creative names I’ve come up with for it, there is just nothing.
What it is: For the inside of a 3-ring binder notebook, you can get these rigid plastic things with 3 holes, which are bent slightly, that go inside the notebook in the very front and back to keep your paper from tearing or bending up when you shut the notebook. Otherwise you have to make sure you grab the paper each time you shut the notebook. When you shut your notebook, they just slide the paper into place, and the holes in the paper won’t tear or bend up.
What is it called, and where can I get a few pairs of them? (I’m not sure if they come in pairs; I need about 8 individual ones).
Sorry about putting this into the “computers” category–there is no Office Supply or School Supply category.
Answer by Super Baka!
If you don’t get a good answer, or can find them try this. Buy a vinyl folder. cut it leghtwise into size you need. grab the trusty 3 hole punch.
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