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Book printing jargon buster for booklets

Written by Lewis McCarthy
Updated over a week ago

What is a booklet?

A small thin book usually stitched with paper covers, typically giving information on a certain subject. Booklet binding, also referred to as staple binding or saddle stitching, places two staples through the centre of all pages. The staple is then clamped closed creating the booklet. Used for a wide range of book printing projects: brochures, catalogues, newsletters, magazines, price lists, instruction manuals, theatre and sports programmes as it allows pages to be opened fully without pulling on a glue bind.

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