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Burris Blank printable tags can be easily detach after printing
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May '09
Burris Computer Forms announces new Burris Blank Printable Tags. Users can print in-house on own computer and printer with lower cost, flexibility, speed, and convenience.

Advantages of Burris Blank Printable Tags include:
- Print in-house on users own computer and printer
- Much lower cost than pre-printed tags
- Flexible-print a few tags or a thousand tags
- Fast-print tags 8up. Eliminates need to handwrite tags or wait for pre-printed tags
- Convenient - keep blank tags on hand for a variety of tag uses. Change content of tag whenever needed.
- Easy to detach after printing. Holes are pre-drilled.

The blank, white tags are made from 8 ½" x 11" sheets of heavyweight cardstock paper (203 gsm) with 30% post-consumer recycled content and a thickness of 9 point. The paper is laser and inkjet guaranteed. The sheet of tags is offered in landscape orientation, yielding 8 tags per sheet. Each tag measures 2.75" X 4.25".

Potential uses for Burris Blank Printable Tags are repair tags, price tags, inspection tags, merchandising tags, valve tags, special sale tags, sold tags, discount tags, shipping tags, inventory tags, lay-a-way tags, bag tags, key tags, lock-out tags, jewelry tags, rejected tags, garment tags, seed bag tags, auction tags, and fire extinguisher tags.

Headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, Burris Computer Forms was founded in 1992 and is privately owned.

Burris Computer Forms


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