How disks are stored
CDs are stored on both sides of the insert. You can also store the liner notes under the CD in the same pocket, doubling storage space. Usable for music, games, data, archives, software, or DVDs.
While the CD-1020 fits in a standard binder it pays to find a narrow photo binder to optimize the use of space. Look for a 3-ring binder that is 6 ½" deep.
Some ways they can be used
(particularly for music)
The most common way is to put the liner notes on the top of one side and that disk on the bottom. On the back of that insert put the liner notes on the bottom and the disk on top. This makes the binder even at the top and bottom. This method yields about 8 inserts per inch of thickness or 16 CDs per inch of binder or shelf space.
If you burn your own CDs or are not concerned about the liner notes some folks store CDs in both the top and bottom of both sides of the insert. This doubles the storage capacity. This method yields about 8 inserts per inch of thickness or 32 CDs per inch of binder or shelf space.
The densest storage which includes the liner notes comes from storing the liner notes underneath each CD. This method yields about 7 inserts per inch of thickness or 28 CDs per inch of binder or shelf space.