List of office stationery items

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List of office stationery items
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Different supplies are necessary for working in an office. Office stationery is a common item that allows a company to promote itself and maintain correspondence with clients. Specific stationery supplies are used in many business settings that provide a clear line of communication between a company and its clients.

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Envelopes

Envelopes are primarily used to bill clients for a product or service. Like most businesses, the client's name and residential address will be placed within the clear window of the envelope.

List of office stationery items
Envelopes are used to bill clients for a product or service. (Hemera Technologies/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Business Cards

Business cards are another necessary stationery item. A business card typically has a company logo, along with contact information such as phone number and e-mail address. The contact information provides prospective clients with easy access to information if they wish to inquire about a specific product or service offered by the company.

List of office stationery items
Business cards normally have a company's phone number and e-mail address. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

Letter Stationery

Letter stationery with the business name or logo is also necessary for a business, and can be ordered through an office supply store. Such branding gives all outgoing letters a professional appearance. Delivery of letter stationery can take up to several weeks; therefore, it is important to maintain a steady supply at the office.

List of office stationery items
Letter stationery includes a business name or logo. (Thinkstock/Comstock/Getty Images)

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