There is a different way for those that do not want to deal with an ANSI "B" size folder (11x17). The "B" size drawings can be folded in a manner that they properly fit in an "A" size (8.5x11) binder.
I did a google search to find a representative image of the proper fold. For the "B" size drawings of this conversation, 2 folds are needed. Step 1 and Step 2 in the linked image.
3 Hole punch the left edge and off you go. For working drawings, its good to run strip of scotch tape on the left edge before punching.
I imagine that I am not the only VAF member that spent many years in the long white sleeve shirt and tie engineering environment. How to format a drawing and then fold it such that all identification (title block etc) showed in a binder or file drawer was a required skill.