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Topic # 57694 22-Feb-2010 11:31
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Hi folks,

I have printed some stuff on landscape A4 sheets. The idea is to fold the stack in half, and staple down the middle to form an A5 booklet. Does anyone know what sort of places I should go to for this kind of stapling? Or perhaps there's some kind of binding I can buy/do myself?

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D.




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  Reply # 300953 22-Feb-2010 12:17
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Most copy shops should be able to do this - either by running your existing A4 paper thru, or by copying your originals, and then the fold and staple - the copy / fold / staple is one process.




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  Reply # 300988 22-Feb-2010 13:47
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D'oh! Thanks for that but it turns out there's one of those long-armed staplers not 2 metres away from my desk at work!




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  Reply # 300993 22-Feb-2010 13:53
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Ahh, you only have a few sheets ? I was thinking you had a good sized bundle !




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  Reply # 301015 22-Feb-2010 14:52
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At the moment it is only 12 sheets. Future versions may be longer, then it will be time to visit said copy shops.




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