Legal size sheet protectors assist in the annual planning project too

A few weeks ago, I told you about my department’s annual project planning organization. Since that post, we have delved full-force into our planning and I have found that the majority of spreadsheets need to be printed on legal size paper. But that doesn’t mean I need to leave them out of the planning binders. For these papers, I use our legal size sheet protectors.

Many of our spreadsheets are easier to read when printed on legal paper, as it eliminates the need to flip through multiple pages when looking at one set of data. Since the legal size paper is longer, they don’t fit in our letter size sheet protectors, so I just slip them into the legal size sheet protector and they remain with the rest of the notes.

And when we have a spreadsheet is the more than a couple of pages long, I turn to the legal size super capacity sheet protector. These are great for use during these planning sessions, especially since they can accommodate up to 200 sheets. And any spreadsheet that is more than 200 pages, quite frankly, I’m not sure I’d like to look at!

How are your end-of-summer and fall planning rituals coming along? Are you trying something new or sticking with a tried-and-true method? Let me know in the comments section below.

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