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    I am looking for plans to scroll a horizontal desk top file organizer, preferably one that I can adapt to have several levels of file storage. I looked in all my back magazines and in the vault but I could not find one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. BTW this is a special request from my wife for her desk so I have to come up with something. Thanks

    DG Dewalt 788

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    I found these two links for you but, they seem so simple, I am sure you have already
    envisioned something more to your liking.
    Free Plan: A Simple Desk Organizer - Fine Woodworking
    Free Plans: How To Make A Vertical Organizer
    God Bless! Spirithorse

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      Thanks for the links, but you are correct they are not what I was envisioning. I am looking for something with some fine scrolling detail for my wife's desk. But thanks anyway.

      DG Dewalt 788

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