It’s a well-known fact that binding your documents can make them look more professional. But what if you don’t have a binding machine? If that’s the case, don’t worry because here are three methods you can try:
- Screw posts. Screw posts are a great choice when you don’t have a binding machine. Just punch holes in your document with a hole punch or paper drill, thread the posts through the holes, and secure them with a flat-head screwdriver. Screw posts can be used with documents up to 5” thick.
- Report covers. If you’re in a hurry, report covers can be a lifesaver. Using clear report covers will make your work look more professional and it will make your customized title page stand out. Make sure you have some on-hand so you can bind at a moment’s notice.
- GBC ZipBind and ProClick spines. If you have some pre-punched paper, you can use GBC ZipBind and ProClick spines. All you really need to use these supplies is the zipper-like tool that comes with with the spines to open and close them. Keep in mind that you need 19 holes in your paper for the ProClick spines and 32 holes for ZipBind supplies.
As you can see, it’s easy to bind your documents without a machine. Give one of the above methods a try so you can quickly and easily make your work look its best.