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Sue Heim <sue -at- RIS -dot- RISINC -dot- COM> said:
> The type of binding that is a spiral/wire-o binding with a cover is
> called "hidden wire-o." I've been using it for years (in California).
> It works really great -- you get all the lay flat aspects of wire or
> spiral binding, and you also get a cover on which you can print a
> book title.
> It *is* a bit more expensive than perfect binding, but you know
> what? It's definitely worth it!!
I second that. It's practical and looks good. I got the idea from the
O'Reilly 'UNIX in a Nutshell'.
The only small problem I found is that smaller manuals (30 - 60 pages)
didn't travel well. Feedback was that they quickly became dog-eared.
Stuart Burnfield (slb -at- fs -dot- com -dot- au) Moody loner with workstation
Functional Software Pty Ltd