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Deliver useful, targeted information to your customers in a highly professional package with a well-designed, professionally printed booklet. Booklets are ideal for a variety of projects...from price books to product brochures, cookbooks to software manuals, maintenance schedules to frequently asked questions. 

  • Create catalogs annually, quarterly, or monthly to keep your customers informed of your latest products and services.
  • Consider full-color printing on a glossy paper to make images explode from the page.
  • Consider using a Wire-O or spiral binding for booklets that are easy for your customers to flip through and find the information they need!
Form ID: 345522

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  2. *Size

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    Don’t see the size you’re looking for? Contact us for custom size options.

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    In a booklet, there are four sides/pages per sheet of paper. Each sheet is folded in half, turning two sides/pages into four. When counting sides/pages for your booklet, count all the sides (both front and back) for each inside page of your booklet just as you would count pages in a book.

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    *Do NOT include the four sides of your booklet cover in this count (front cover, inside front cover, back cover, and inside back cover).

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  4. *Color Options (Cover)

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    Which color option should I choose?
    Most booklets are printed full-color on both sides, particularly those that include color images. If your booklets don't contain color images or only have them on one side, you might consider a different option instead.

    Full-color printing provides the maximum impact and visual appeal for most booklets.

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    Outside: Full-Color
    Inside: Full-Color
  5. *Color Options (Interior Pages)

    Color Options (Interior Pages): Full-Color
  6. *Paper Choices (Cover)

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    80 lb. Matte Text is an economical paper that reproduces text and simple graphics well

    80 lb. Gloss Text is a super-smooth, professional-feeling, glossy paper with a good weight that provides an excellent printing surface for producing crisp text and images.

    100 lb. Gloss Text is an impressive-feeling, heavyweight glossy paper that provides a fantastic surface to reproduce text and full-color artwork.

    80 lb. Matte Cover is a thicker, heavyweight paper perfect for when you need more durable flyers.

    80 lb. Gloss Cover is a glossy version of our 80 lb. matte cover, with a glossy sheen that brings colors to life.

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  7. *Paper Choices (Interior Pages)

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    80 lb. Matte Text is an economical paper that reproduces text and simple graphics well

    80 lb. Gloss Text is a super-smooth, professional-feeling, glossy paper with a good weight that provides an excellent printing surface for producing crisp text and images.

    100 lb. Gloss Text is an impressive-feeling, heavyweight glossy paper that provides a fantastic surface to reproduce text and full-color artwork.

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  8. *Protective Coating (Cover)

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    What is Aqueous Coating?

    Aqueous coating is a clear, fast-drying, water-based coating that is used to protect your print pieces from dirt, fingerprints, and the bumps and tears of daily life. It adds a rich quality to any piece, provides a durable, yet high-gloss, satin/soft-touch finish, and is an excellent choice for your frequently handled print items. This coating option is the least expensive finishing option and is more resistant to paper cracking marks when folded.

    What is UV Coating?

    UV coating is a protective coating applied to a printed sheet, then bonded and cured with ultraviolet light. This high-gloss coating is very shiny and durable, protecting products that are handled frequently and reflecting light in an eye-catching way. A unique feature of UV coating is that it can be applied as a spot, meaning you could select which areas you would like coated, whereas aqueous coating is applied as a “flood” or over the entire piece.

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    Note: Shipping and delivery are not included in these turnaround times.
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