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    Large organizer pouch

    When the stack of homework to be graded won't fit in a file folder, the Large Organizer Pouch comes to the rescue.

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    I added a stack of exams to the homework in the large organizer pouch. Yes, I can zip it shut.

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    Thanks for sharing a photo. I've been thinking I need to find a better way to carry papers other than Pendaflex.

    From the description on the organizer pouch page, it is unclear of which dimension the zipper runs. From your picture it looks to run on the 11" side rather than the 14", but the photo on the website looks like it might be on the 14". Could you please confirm/clarify?

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    Is that a vertically-oriented pouch? Do they sell those?
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    The Large Organizer Pouch has the zipper in landscape orientation. In the past, I've mostly used it to keep paperwork separate from clothes when packing for work trips. It's large enough that several file folders full of stuff fits inside. This semester, I've been using it to cart around assignments for grading. I found that putting them in a file folder and then in my Synapse 19 led to crumpled edges because there are so many papers. They stay much neater if I just put the stack in the LOP and then in the Synapse 19.

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    Thanks. From the photo it looked like the zipper was on top--I can dream!
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    This made it to the blog. Cool!

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    Thanks for posting this! I am an attorney and sometimes only need part of a file for court. Too much to carry by hand, but not enough that I really need a briefcase. This may be the perfect middle ground.
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