Download these 22 Free Printable Binder Spine Label Templates using MS Word to help you prepare your very own Binder Covers easily.
If we talk about any office or workplace, one thing is for sure that employee’s use lots of papers and most of these documents are kept in permanent record for future purposes. For instance, you work at an advertisement agency and you get dozens of clients every month. The person who handles a specific client is also responsible to keep every relevant document in record including initial quotation, final agreement, terms and conditions, customer’s expectations, delivery slip, final invoice and pay slip or transaction details for the amount received from the client. Because these are papers, it’s possible to lose one or two if they are just kept on your work desk. To make work easier and convenient for the employees, offices use binders and folders.
Each folder includes a specific type of documents and this way it’s easier to find and locate a particular document. Because these binders are made with thick cardboard to hold up to 100 pages inside, it’s not actually possible to see inside of a binder. To ensure the employees don’t need to go through each of the binder one by one, there are labels printed on these folders. Each label includes a certain text or digit that allows the employees to quickly check if it’s the correct folder or not. These labels are commonly known as binder spine labels.
Free Binder Spine Label Templates:
Here are previews and download links for these Binder Spine Label Templates in MS Word format.
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Guidelines for Modern Design of Binder Spine Label:
Check the Binders or Folders that you have:
In offices, there are various types of binders and files. Some of these binders are small and only a dozen of pages can be fit inside where some of these files are very big with lots of room for up to 100 pages and even more. Keep in mind that the bigger the binder is; bigger spine it has. This means if you have a small binder, it has small spine so there is not enough room for putting a big label where on the other hand, with a big folder available, you can certainly print a bigger spine label. This way you won’t need to get too close to read the description and the label will be visible and readable from some distance.
Select Suitable Design and Medium of Label Design:
Then there is the inspection of the binder to check how much thick label can be inserted into the space. As suggested above, small binders have small space so only regular paper can be inserted while a bigger folder has more space so you can insert a thick cardboard inside if you want. Keep in mind that common binders used in offices are cheap and have very basic quality which means there is probably not enough room to insert a cardboard label. In this scenario, it’s better to go with common printer paper.
Finalize the Design with Required Content:
At this point when you have evaluated the binder available in your office or at home and you have made your mind to print the labels on a thick cardboard or common piece of paper, next thing is to measure the actual available space on the spine to put a label inside and create the design of exact measurements on your computer. If you are not so sure about this designing, there is some good news for you. There are several websites that offer readymade free of cost label templates that you can use. It’s almost certain that whatever size you search for, you will find it on the internet.
Do a Test Run and see the Results:
After selecting a particular design and inserting required content on the label i.e. name of the customer, duration i.e. from 2010 to 2015 or name of the department, it’s time to print the label and see the end results. Keep in mind that after you get the print, the size of the label might not be suitable for the binder. Don’t panic if this happens but make next copy after adjusting the size of the print area accordingly. For instance, if the printed label is 1cm bigger than the insert space, make the next print 1cm smaller.
Save the Template for Later Use:
The good news is that once you finalize the design and measurement for binder spine label, you can use the same design for new folders and binders in the future. If you prepared the design on your computer, save the template for future use or if you got it from a website, download it on your computer.
Checkout more free Binder Cover Templates using MS Word file format,
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