So you’ve got some shelving and a bunch of documents. Too bad that’s not all you need to actually organize all that paper. It won’t do any good to just stack a pile of papers on you shelving. You need documents to be easily accessible; otherwise, you would have just got rid of them. There are numerous ways to organize documents in your shelving, but here are some of our favorites.
Store Groups of Folders, Forms, Brochures, and Documents in Oblique Compartments
Oblique compartments hang in your shelving. The compartments are large enough to hold folders and many, many documents. This makes them a great solution for organizing forms and brochures. The magnified color-coded labels on all Oblique compartments keep all your documents easy to find too.
Store Large Documents, Drawings, and Blueprints Rolled in Cubby Shelves
If you have large documents like drawings and blue prints, your best bet is to store them rolled up. They’re safe from damage and take up way less space. But you can’t just store them rolled up in a pile on the floor or on any type of shelving. Specially designed cubby shelves are the ideal solution for storing rolled up large documents.
Store Legal File Folders in Redrope Pockets with Tabbies Handles
If you have legal case files, you want to keep them grouped together. That way nothing gets lost. But when you have so many folders, it can be hard to do. That’s why redrope pockets are a great solution for storing documents in your shelving. The expanding gusset lets you store all your legal file folders in one place. And if you add a Tabbies handle, you can use it as a color coded label that will not only make finding files easier, the handle will also protect your redrope pockets!
Find All These and More Solutions Online From StoreMoreStore
These are just a few of the ways to organize documents in your shelving. And you can find them all online at StoreMoreStore. If you need any help or have questions about storing your documents, please give us a call at 1-855-786-7667.