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The Proís and Conís of each style of bookbinding method.

Traditional method.

Proís: A stronger binding is achieved because each page is sewn in.

               Lays flat when open, allowing easier writing.

Conís: Pages are not removable if you make a mistake it is difficult to overcome (we do give instructions on replacing a page).

               Pages cannot be rearranged.

 

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Postbound page holder

Postbound spine

Post Bound method.

Proís:   Pages are removable, they can be drawn or even printed separately.

             Pages can be rearranged or easily replaced.

Conís: Binding is not as strong as traditional methods.

             The cover lays flat but the pages do not making it more difficult for writing

 

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