28 June 2017

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A-Z index tabs are traditionally used for separating your address pages. What else do you use them for?

Tell us in the comments below.

11 comments:

  1. I am using the A-Z tabs in my reference section to store all kinds of information. Plus an index as page 1 because sometimes I cannot remember where I put stuff :-)

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    1. I do pretty much the same thing. My A-Z are a mobile file cabinet.

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  2. I use mine as an index for notes. For example car info under C etc. Ive got passwords (coded) under the relevant letter and use address sheets for them. I also have a separate set of A-Z tabs with actual address/contact info.

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  3. I have relabelled some tabs to use as an index in a large box of spare inserts.

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  4. I use A-Z tabs for two different organiser: one for videos and another one for music CDs. I use address pages for the records of each.

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  5. I got some lovely faux leather month tabs from Etsy and covered the A-Z part so I now have sturdy monthly tabs, does that count? ;)

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    1. That must be in A5, right? Or if in personal size, how tiny are these faux leather month tabs?

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  6. I use them for contact information and reference I formation.

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  7. I keep my passwords in A-Z, in code. All of my contacts are kept on my phone and in Outlook. I used to keep reference info in A-Z, but switched it to category dividers with top tabs (shop, home, pets, etc)

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  8. I use them in my pocket travel planner as reference with an index (hotel, plane, taxi, restaurant etc).

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  9. I store project plans (lists of actions) and reference materials under the A-Z tabs. Also agenda lists (things to discuss at next meeting with...) by person's name etc. If it can be filed, that's where it lives.

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