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UP Tools | 3-Ring Binder Guide

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Measuring
your binder:


Measure horizontally, inside the ring at it's widest point, parallel to flat open cover.

Capacities are in 1/4" to 1/2" increments, ande may be as much as 1/8" variation, depending upon manufacturer.  For number of sheets
per capacity, see chart below.



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Ring Size
(measured as
shown above)



Number of sheets including indexes*


16#
Bond

20#
Bond

24#
Bond

50#
Enamel
& Bond

60#
Enamel
& Bond

1/2"

144

124

100

132

120

3/4"

216

186

150

198

180

1"

288

248

200

264

240

1 1/4"

360

310

250

330

300

1 1/2"

432

372

300

396

360

1 3/4"

504

434

350

462

420

2"

576

496

400

528

480

2 1/2"

720

620

500

660

600


*For tabs, deduct 4 sheets per tab from above totals.

For example: 5 tabs = 20 sheets, which would be deducted from the above total number of sheets.

For larger binders, you can approximate the number of sheets by calculating from the totals above. For example, a 2" binder can hold up to 400 sheets of 24# bond, and a 1" binder can hold 200 sheets. Therefore, a 3" binder would be needed to hold up to 600 sheets.
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