Antique cabinets are often vastly different from the ones we know today. The oldest filing methods include the use of pigeonholes where the folded piece of paper would be inserted in the proper area, and then when the file was needed, a very inefficient process of opening each envelope resulted. Later the letter filing cabinets were designed so that the letters would be folded twice and then placed in the drawer, much like the pigeonhole system, but with the addition of a drawer system to allow easier access to the stored materials. The closest equivalent that you may remember would be a card catalog at the library. With the onset of the computer age they have fallen out of use, but as few as fifteen years ago they could be found at most local libraries. These card catalog holders are similar in design to the antique filing cabinets.
When it comes time to shop for a new Office File Cabinet there are many places to look and most will have just the right one for whatever purpose your needs are. However, you should remember to do your homework and research your filing and organizational needs before you shop. It will help you choose the right one on your first buying trip.
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