This is the reason we're having difficulty with document updates: Do weWe have a small format for our manuals, and they are wire-bound.
give our end users additional books with updates, or do we completely revise
our manuals each time we create document updates? Since the books are
wire-bound, we can't do replacement pages.<<
My suggestion: don't wire-bound the books. Companies I've worked for have
shrink-wrapped, 3-hole-punched loose leaf pages with accompanying 3-ring
binders. Updates can be easily incorporated.
If there are frequent updates, the manuals really shouldn't be bound in any
Linda K. Miller
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