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DocuCopies.com Adds Square Booklets and Other Sizes for Saddle-stitched Booklet Printing

Monday, May 01, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

The online color printing company offers saddle-stitched booklets in 5.5" square, 6" x 9" and quarter-sheet finished sizes. 

Hudson, Wisconsin – The online printing company DocuCopies.com owe much of their success to printing stapled booklets at incredibly competitive prices, especially for color printing. Saddle-stitched booklets are incredibly popular due to their affordability and wide range of uses -- from calendars to daily organizers to professional magazines and everything between.

This week DocuCopies happily announce the arrival of three new finished sizes for saddle-stitched booklets, expanding the usefulness and versatility of one of their most popular items.

• 4.25" x 5.5" - This is a 1/4-scale version of a regular letter-sized sheet. Great for pocket-size booklets, journals, gifts and more.

• 6" x 9" - Slightly larger than a half sheet, these are popular for handbooks, event programs, product guides, children's books, etc.

• 5.5" x 5.5" (square booklets) - Product catalogs, magazines, training manuals, photo books and countless other uses.

"We're constantly adding to our product lines, increasing finishing capabilities, and upgrading equipment throughout the year," says Jeff Corbo, the company's vice president and marketing director. "If we know we do something well, we're asking ourselves, 'How can we do it better?' And that's part of what drives innovation."



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