As you might see from some of my older threads here,
I travel a lot, and usually have to bring work along.
Now, lately, I am working a lot with unbound manuscripts,
and so, I am looking for a good folder to keep them this time.
Slim, of durable production value, and able to hold around 300 loose papers
in a way that they endure a longer journey. Functionality over style.
Any ideas, my fellow gentlemen?
Expandable legal wallets with Tyvek gussets and elastic retention cord should do the trick
Depending upon the thickness of the item, there are a few "systems" that've worked well for years.
1. The File Cover (holds paper at the top with a two pronged holder, has a front & back manila cover, similar to a file folder. You may need two fo them per 300 page document
2. The previously mentioned "wallet"
3. And, that good old fashioned standby, the three ring binder.
Hi! Thanks very much! I bought some sort of wallet/ringbinder, as you suggested.
The item hasn't arrived yet, but I think it will serve its purpose. :)
Also, woe is me, for I saw the typo in the header just now...