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If you're a magazine collector, these organizers are a must have. Each "Holder" holds a regular size magazine and keeps them organized in a 3-Ring Standard Binder, enabling you to store them neatly away on a bookshelf. Great for keeping a year's subscription at your fingertips for quick reference. Puts magazines in binders without destructive holes. Clever holders slip inside magazine, then onto any 3-ring binder.
- Store magazines in binders without punching holes - Holds magazines up to 11.125" - Fits standard 3 ring binder - Made in USA
These full size magazine holders can be adapted for smaller magazines as follows:
1. Lay the magazine on top of one of the holders and mark it with a felt tip marker, leaving perhaps 1/16 to 1/8 of inch for a little extra room of the long prescored center piece that needs to have part of it removed, so that the magazine can be inserted.
2. Start to remove the scored center section, but ONLY up to the mark. Use scissors or an Exacto knife to cut the center section out, being careful not to nick the remaining part of the holder. (If using an Exacto knife, you may want to make the cut prior to actually removing the center piece).
3. I then took Scotch tape and went around the holder tightly, about three times just above the cut. This will "hopefully" keep the holder from splitting further along the original prescored marks.
4. Punch out the three holes for the three ring binder, then insert your magazine, and you're finished.
I thought it worked out fairly well, without too much trouble, and "NO" punching of the original magazine.
(My thanks to user iraco(at)frazmtn.kom for these instructions/pictures!)
These have to be taken apart. The holes and the long section have to be removed to use them. It is not difficult. Push from the side that looks "indented" and it will be easier. Also try pushing the hole down over something and that helps push them out. If you have problems (occasionally they are not cut properly) please let me know.
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