Reverse collated copier tabs are sold in 3-2-1 order, or reversed of what they typically appear in the binder. Though it may see backwards, reverse is the most popular collation for copier tabs, primarily because of the vast array of compatible printers and copiers. Reversed collated order means that the first tab of the set is at the bottom of the sheet, and the last tab at the top.
These index tabs are available in various cuts (or tab sizes) from 1/3 cut (3-5/16" long tabs) to 1/10 cut (1" long tabs), as well as either plain paper tabs or mylar coated tabs. The mylar option is a clear or colored coating on the tab extension itself, which makes them much more resistant to tearing, making them the ideal choice for heavily handled dividers. Some options also come in either a 90# or 110# index stock, so you can choose from durable paper to ultra-durable paper. And you can even choose whether you want unpunched or 3-hole punched to eliminate that manual step.
No matter the style of reverse collated indexes you need, you can find them at Binding101. Call us at (866) 537-2244 for help finding the perfect fit for your needs.