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Instructional apparatus for computers










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #5709549.

The present invention includes a binder adapted to be configured to stand at an angle on a surface. In most basic terms the binder comprises: (a) a spine member adapted to be attached to pages; and (b) a binder cover having front and rear portions, and moveable between a closed position to an open position, the binder attached to the spine member, and the front and rear portions each having a flex line so as to define respective upper and lower portions of the front and rear portions and so as to allow the lower portions of the front and rear portions to be moveable between a position relatively near the spine member to a position relatively further from the spine member, so as to allow the binder to be configured to stand at an angle on the surface.








 
 
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