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Presentation Folders

Presentation Folders

Choose our presentation folders for unbeatable presentation and protection of your documents. Select from our wide range of presentation folders and document wallets, available in various sizes and colours. A presentation folder is a quick and easy way to store, organise and present all your paperwork and documentation. Many come with a transparent cover and semi-rigid coloured back and spine for extra versatility. Fast nationwide delivery on all our files and supplies.

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Rexel JOY 5 Part File Multi

Rexel JOY 5 Part File Multi

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Snopake TwinFile A4 Clear (Pk 5) 14030

Snopake TwinFile A4 Clear (Pk 5) 14030

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More about presentation folders

Presentation folders are a sturdy type of folder which are typically used in a wide range of environments. Presentation folders are ideal for both filing and presentation means, and offer that added durability that you might not necessarily get with a regular folder.

Presentation folders are generally made from either hardboard, polypropylene or PVC. These materials allow substantial weight to be stored and ensure the folders can withstand the rough and tumble of day-to-day use.

These folders feature a ring apparatus to keep files and documents secure. The number of rings will vary from folder to folder. The right one for you will depend on how many files you intend to store. A four ring folder is ideal if you require a significant amount of storage, whereas a two ring offers a quick overview of the files stored.

An important consideration when buying presentation folders is size. We stock all the popular sizes such as A3, A4 and A5 in both horizontal and landscape orientations. You should also consider the capacity required (conveyed in mm); this refers to the overall thickness of documents that can be stored in a specific folder.