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  • Binding Options - 4-8 Pages

    Hi,

    I am in the middle of redesigning my company's sales collateral and I am curious if anyone has any ideas for binding options. There are no spreads, only 8.5" x 11" single, printed on one side except for the last page as it will be the back cover also. I want to bind at the top, in house. I have tried using binding screws but that seems a bit ineffective, and while I like the idea of using book rings, I can't find any small enough for so few sheets...

    Any Ideas?

    Thanks a million,

    Chaz Decker

    chaz@chazzer.net
    chaz@chazbarx.net

    http://www.chazzer.net
    http://www.chazbarx.net
    Last edited by chazdecker; 02-05-2006, 03:45 PM.
    Chaz Decker

    chaz@chazzer.net
    chaz@chazbarx.net

    http://www.chazzer.net
    http://www.chazbarx.net

  • #2
    they make small litte plastic things that just slide on the edge of the paper, I am not sure what they are called.

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    • #3
      I am hoping to use metal of some sort... and something a bit more professional/corporate...

      I do know what youre talking about... and thanks!
      Chaz Decker

      chaz@chazzer.net
      chaz@chazbarx.net

      http://www.chazzer.net
      http://www.chazbarx.net

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      • #4
        these do make it look nice and clean, they are transparent, or you can get em in colors I think to, very small only like 1/8 in or 1/4 in. Ill see if I can find a link

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