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Five Tips for Proclick Binding

Proclick binding is one of the neatest new styles of binding to be introduced in decades. Its reclosable design and stylish look have made it an instant hit with many sales organizations around the world.This article will provide five simple tips for binding documents, reports, presentations and proposals with GBC Proclick.

Proclick binding is one of the neatest new styles of binding to be introduced in decades. Its reclosable design and stylish look have made it an instant hit with many sales organizations around the world. However, binding documents with Proclick can be a little bit tricky. This article will provide five simple tips for binding documents, reports, presentations and proposals with GBC Proclick.
  1. The zipper tool that comes in the box with your supplies is actually more difficult to use than it looks. In fact, sometimes it is easier to simply snap the rings closed by hand. If you do decide to use the zipper tool it will work a lot better if you snap the first few rings close and crease the spine slightly before trying to zip the rest of the rings shut. Practice with the zipper tool and you will get better and better. Even if you decide not to use the tool for closing the spines don't get rid of it, it will come in handy for opening and editing documents.
  2. If you don't already have a machine to punch the holes for your documents, don't buy a low end Proclick binding machine. For the same amount of money, you can usually buy a 3:1 pitch wire machine that will not only be built better but will also have the ability to bind documents with twin loop wire. Proclick uses the same hole pattern as 3:1 pitch wire. This means that you can get a more versatile system for the same money.
  3. Proclick spines are only available in three sizes (small, medium and large). If you are going to need to bind documents that are thicker than 5/8" then you will need to choose an alternative binding style. The best option is probably 3:1 pitch color coil to bind larger documents since it uses the same hole pattern.
  4. If you are out in the field and you need to open or edit a document that is bound with Proclick you can use your zipper tool. If you don't have the zipper tool, you can simply use a pen to open up the spine. If you think you might need to punch documents in the field you can consider carrying a P50 punch in your car or briefcase. It is small enough that you carry it with you and then you can truly edit any proposal on the fly.
  5. If you bind a lot of presentations with ProclickFree Articles, you should really consider a Pronto. No binding system is faster than the Pronto. Inserting and closing the spines is the hardest part about binding documents with Proclick and that is automated with the Pronto system. Just remember that if you want to use the automated system you can't use oversized covers or bind non standard sized documents.

These are five simple tips for binding documents with GBC Proclick. Remember these things and binding will be easier than ever. Try it for yourself and see.

Article Tags: Proclick Binding, Binding Documents, Zipper Tool

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Jeff McRitchie is the designer and Director of Marketing for MyBinding.com. He has written over 100 articles on binding machines, binding covers, binding supplies,laminators,laminating supplies,paper handling equipments,binders,index tabs, and shredders.



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