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Thanks for the suggestion. However, I just looked at the
velobind option and it looks like it has 2 drawbacks. First, it
appears that velobind uses different holes than comb binding.
Unfortunately, I this doc has *already* been punched for comb
binding (about 20 years ago). Second, the pages need to lay flat
and it looks like velobinding doesn't allow that.
--- Stan Schwartz <stanz -at- cam -dot- org> wrote:
> At 9:36 AM -0800 2/13/02, Meg Halter wrote:
> >Hi --
> >I have an old document that is comb bound. The trouble is
> >it barely fits in the largest size available, which is 2".
> >-- Meg
> Try Velobind. It isn't possible to change pages once they have
> bound, however, all other aspects are superior to other
> methods I've
> found for heavy docs.
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