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each plastic book and folder organizer measures 5Â½â by 13Â½â by 7Â¾â overall (interior tapers to 3Â½â by 10Â½â and height slopes from 7Â¾â to 5Â½â). the sleek bins come with 16 cardstock Labels (4Â¼â by 2Â¼â) and 12 clear protective covers (4Â¼â by 2Â¼â).
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