|Global Product Type||Hanging File Systems-Pocket|
|Hanging File Systems Type||Magnetic Single Pocket|
|For File Size||Available in: Legal or Letter|
|Overall Height||Available in: 6 3/8" or 7"|
|Width||Available in: 13" or 15"|
|Depth||Available in: 3" or 4"|
|Number of File Pockets||1|
|Color(s)||Available in: Clear or Smoke|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||Available in: Letter Size Magnetic Pocket or Oversized Magnetic Pocket|
According to Advantus customer service: The metal wall file pocket will easily hold a 1" or 2" binder, but not enough to hold a laptop. It does have a flat back, so you can glue extra magnets to the back if you are concerned about the hold to the cabinet.
Filing cabinets with hanging file folders are an ideal way to keep important documents off your desk, organized, and all in one place. This classic piece of furniture continues to help us keep track of non-digitized papers and back-up documents. However, many professionals aren't utilizing their filing cabinets to the fullest extent because they aren't choosing the right folders to place inside. To make the most of that trusty filing cabinet in the corner of your office, here's our buying guide for choosing the most useful hanging file folders.
This buying guide was created for professionals who could use a little guidance on which file folders are best for archival documents and long-term storage. Key features, like durability and resilience to environmental conditions, make these specialty folder recommendations stand out. Specific topics covered include antimicrobial, water-resistant, archival quality, and index-friendly file folders.