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About Ring Binders & Folders
It’s a bag-eat-paper world out there. The second a loose sheet of paper hits your bag it can immediately become a crumpled mess and heaven help you if it was an important handout that your water bottle spilled all over! So in order to keep yourself organised, keep the papers all safe and sound in a paper binder or ring binder. There are so many different ways to organise and store your documents and papers so read on to help you find the perfect type of paper binder for you.
How to Choose the Right Document Folder For You
The best place to start when considering buying a document folder is to think about the end goal of the things you put inside.
Will you need to flip through the folder regularly to see the contents? If so, a ring binder will probably serve you well. Whether you go for a regular-sized ring binder or a large lever ring binder is up to you and how much you are planning on putting in there. If you think you will require a lot, it might be best to go for the larger type as there is nothing worse than unclipping the rings to put in another sheet of paper, only to have the others in the binder pop out and having to force them all back in!
If you keep all of your papers neatly organised at home and just need to carry your new handouts back with you, an envelope or wallet type folder might be a great option. They are typically A4 size and have some kind of popper on the front or zip at the top. You can keep your printouts crisp and out of harm’s way until you get a chance to store them away.
If you like to flip through your papers like a book, or are handing it an essay or piece of work that you have printed out, a presentation style paper binder may serve you really well. There are a couple of different types within this style of folder to choose from as well. Either, you can opt for the type where you secure a stack of paper into the spine, or, you slide them into built-in plastic sleeves. They both have their perks but it is all down to personal (or teacher) preference. The sleeve type can also be used to help organise any handouts you may get in class that you need regular access to.
To top it all off, there are a multitude of different accessories for you to select from if you so choose. Need extra sleeves for your ring binders? No problem! Need to punch and reinforce holes in some otherwise non-bindable papers? You’re covered. Want to go the extra mile and use dividers to get even more organised? Go for it! When it comes to ring binders and documents folders, there are so many options to choose from and are completely customisable to what you need - go forth and get organised!