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15:40 Mar 9, 2004
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
German term or phrase: Stehordnern
This is a reference to the way files are being collected - is this "standing file"?
Mary Watson
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4magazine file
Armorel Young
4upright file folders
EdithK
4vertical foldersvhz


  

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vertical folders


Explanation:
in contrast to horizontal folders

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neutral  Steffen Walter: I'm not sure whether you got the opposed German terms right - IMHO it's Stehordner vs Hängeordner (suspension files).
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upright file folders


Explanation:
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... briefcase. Store active files in an upright file folder beside the phone.
Color-code your filing system so you can find things easily. ...



    Reference: http://www.salesconcepts.com/nl0901d.htm
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magazine file


Explanation:
I'd steer clear of magazine file - I'm not sure it means anything to English ears.

The picture that I found of a Stehordner in an on-line catalogue at
http://www.spreemuehle.de/pages/archiv_3.html#stehordner is what I would call a magazine file - it's like a box with a cutaway front; libraries often use them for magazines and journals. In fact I have an unopened pack of them in my cupboard, in multi-lingual packaging that says Magazine Files/Stehsammler on it.

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