Archive for the ‘Report Covers and Project Folders’ Category

Put the ‘Pro’ in ‘Project’ Folders for This Tax Season

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Hello, office supply enthusiasts! Haven’t heard any updates about C-Line products lately, huh? Well, you came to the right spot! As a new member of the C-Line family, I am here to learn with you and catch you all up on our new tips and tricks that will help you while using our wonderful products.

“Yay, it’s tax season!!” – said no one. Are you already overwhelmed by just reading the phrase tax season? No worries, you are in good hands. Here are some easy-to-use tricks that helped me through this stressful time of year. I hope these suggestions will be helpful to you too. (more…)

Product Sighting: Property Management Company Protects Apartment Tour Information with Vinyl Report Covers

Friday, July 15th, 2016

Since my recent job acquisition in the city, I have begun taking apartment tours in neighborhoods I’m interested in living in. Upon arrival for an apartment showing, the leasing agent handed me informational papers enclosed in a report cover. After examining the plastic cover, I realized it was a C-Line’s Vinyl Report Cover with Binding Bar.

The report cover was perfect for protecting the 8-1/2” x 11” documents inside, and the combination of the clear finish and vinyl cover helped provide a professional, clean look for the property management company.

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Unique File Jackets have World’s First Built-In Erasing System

Friday, April 1st, 2016

When it comes to innovation, look no further than C-Line’s marketing and product development department. Every year they continue to come up with some of the best and brightest items available.

Remember the Write-On, Snap-Off Dry Erase Pockets from last year? Well, as unlikely as it would seem, C-Line has pushed the envelope even further by developing the world’s first built-in erasing system inside the Write-On Poly File Jackets.

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Tip of the Month: Project Folders a Must-Have Household Item

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Being an organized individual does not just happen overnight. Instead, it often takes preparation and thought to ensure that paperwork is filed appropriately, information is safely stored and that documents are accessible when necessary.

Creating your own organizational process is the first step, but it takes work to be able to maintain the system and keep documents in order. Keeping one of C-Line’s most simplistic yet valuable items on-hand will help you stay organized throughout the year.

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Tip of the Month: Use Project Folders for Stress-Free Holiday Season

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

Organization may seem like the furthest thing from your mind during the hectic holiday season, but I find that being organized has helped me to enjoy this time of year even more so. Keeping event dates, guest lists and tracking gift purchases is an important part of making it out of holiday season in one piece.

The Multi-Section Project Folders are a must-have item this time of year. The folder is made up of durable polypropylene so it helps to protect the letter-size documents stored inside.

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Tip of the Month: Prepping for “Syllabus Week”

Wednesday, August 5th, 2015

The start of August marks the beginning of back to school preparation for teachers, parents and students.

Older kids refer to the first week of school as “Syllabus Week” since majority of teachers review the course guidelines, rules and important dates. Being prepared for this week can set the stage for success for the rest of the semester. C-Line has the perfect tool that needs to accompany every student.

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How To: Keep the Classroom Organized for Substitute Teachers

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Teachers are one of the lucky few that must have a plan in place in case they cannot be in class to teach their students.

Preparing a schedule for the day is an expectation so substitute teachers can teach the class. Plans, however, do not include an orientation to the classroom, information on where things are located, etc.

C-Line’s Report Covers with Swing Clip can be a great tool to use to help keep the classroom organized and substitute teacher friendly.

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Create an Ideal Coaching Portfolio with the 8-Pocket Portfolio and Dry Erase Sheets

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

Taking up new projects is something I have always enjoyed doing. A few months ago, I decided to start coaching for a grammar school volleyball team. Having only played and never coached before, I was not aware of what to expect, but I was definitely excited about the opportunity.

Within a week of signing up to coach, I was provided with a packet of documents that included emergency contact information, registration and medical information, schedules, etc. Each coach was required to have all of this information on hand for every game and practice, so I needed to get it organized quickly.

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Presentation Book Stores Travel Documents for Upcoming Trip

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

My husband and I are in the process of preparing for a 10-day trip abroad. Being a tourist in a foreign country can sometimes be overwhelming with what sites and tours are available to see.

In order to narrow down what we want to visit, I have been doing a lot of research about what our options are. Additionally, as with any trip, there are a lot of important documents that come with your confirmation paperwork once the vacation has been booked

Quickly, my carry-on luggage was getting full between all my research and our travel documents. At first, I used a project folder  to store all the information, but I thought it might be easier to organize the pages in a way that kept them more visible.

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Friday Folder Game Works Great with Project Folders

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Teachers are constantly looking for new ways to motivate students and keep them engaged in the classroom. Taking creative approaches to learning will help to reach some kids who have a tendency to get distracted.

A close friend, who is also a teacher, was recently talking to me about a new exercise that some of her coworkers had tried out in the classroom. The called it the “Friday File Folder Games” and the goal of this activity was to take a fun approach to skill practice.

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