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So you missed spring cleaning (again). Not to worry--there's still hope for all those distracting piles of stuff surrounding your work area. You know what we're talking about--think towering, wobbly stacks of old magazines, important papers and other documents; computer disks haphazardly scattered every which way; last year's bills; and randomly strewn highlighters, paper clips and various other office supplies you haven't uncovered for weeks. Sound familiar?

Lucky for you, a whole host of office accessories has been designed to fit your every organizational need. And to help narrow your options, on this page, we've compiled a brief roundup of some of your best bets.

Clutter keepers for the desktop, from IKEA in assorted colors: Box 2-drawer plastic unit ($12.95); Aero newspaper and magazine file ($3.95); Aero memo and pen holder ($4.95); Tiga individual disk boxes ($1.95, set of five). Visit http://www.ikea.com

Galvanized bins in two sizes, from Pottery Barn (catalog only). These silver, tapered containers are perfect organizers for CD-ROMs and magazines.
Cost: small, $29 (set of four); large, $16 each. Call (800) 922-5507.

Creative containering with mini 32-diskette holders (above) in assorted colors, from Xonex, and Stowaways tote baskets (below) from Inter Design. Available from The Container Store.
Cost: $4.99 each. Call (800) 733-3532.

Bedford File Box & Stand, for both letter- and legal-sized documents, from Pottery Barn (catalog only). European-style filing system made of wrought iron and distressed walnut-stained pine.
Cost:
$159. Call (800) 922-5507.

Contact Sources

Curtis Computer Products, (800) 272-2366, http://www.curtiscp.com

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