Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Tab Store Intro Video

Real People Making...Real Products for...Real Businesses like Yours
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Monday, June 22, 2009

Help Videos

In a continuing effort to educate the customer, we added some help videos to clarify some of the index tab and chart divider terminology.

Click for our first video on Landscape, Portrait and Flipchart styles

Monday, May 11, 2009

Oversize Tabs

We've been getting a lot of requests for oversize index tabs. A lot of customers use sheet protectors in their manuals and standard 9" x 11" tabs won't work with sheet protectors.

Today, we've introduced our new line of SUPERSIZED index tabs in both blank tab sets and
Design your own style. The body dimension is 9¼" x 11" plus a ½" tab. This will allow our index tabs to extend beyond sheet protectors or other large documents.

We've limited the bank cuts to 3,4,5 and 10 until we see if this fits the majority of our customer base. Please let us know if these bank cuts will not satisfy your need for oversize tabs.
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Design Your Own:

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Side Tabs vs. Bottom Tabs

The terminology in our industry sometimes confuses customers. One example is side tabs vs. bottom tabs. For ordering purposes, on The Tab Store website, we always designate side tabs as being placed on the long edge of the paper and bottom tabs on the short side of the paper.
Here's an example:

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Getting Started

I've added this blog to help out customers by giving examples of some of the complexities of Index Tab and Chart Divider manufacturing. This blog is not limited to these examples. General office helps and hints are also welcomed.

Comments are also welcomed if we helped you in the business environment or if we have fell just a little short in making our customer service legendary.