Saddle StitchedIn saddle stitching - the way most booklets, magazines, catalogs, and calendars are bound - wire staples hold the piece together. A saddle-stitched printed piece lies almost flat when opened.

A saddle-stitched document must be at least eight pages long and increase in length in four-page increments. Saddle stitching is a good choice for binding documents of up to 64-80 pages.

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