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ProClick Binding

ProClick Binding
GBC's revolutionary ProClick binding style provides users a whole new option in book binding that allows easy editing of reports and presentations. The revolutionary new spines used with this system are designed to work with a 32 hole punch pattern (3:1 pitch) and simply snap close and zip open.
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ProClick Binding - A How To Guide
ProClick Binding

In 2004, General Binding Corporation (GBC for short) introduced a new binding style called Proclick. This revolutionary new type of binding was designed to allow easy editing of documents, presentations and proposals in the field by sales professionals. Proclick is designed for use along with a 3:1 pitch hole pattern making it compatible with many common twin loop wire binding machines. Or it can be used along with a special Proclick binding punch. This article is designed to provide a simple set of step-by-step instructions for binding documents using Proclick and a manual binding punch.

1. The first step for binding documents using Proclick is to assemble your document. After printing the pages for your document, you need to assemble the document along with the binding covers and any index tabs or inserts that you want to add to the document.

2. After you have assembled your document, you can choose the size of Proclick spine that is most appropriate for your document. Currently there are only three sizes of Proclick binding spines available: small (5/16”), medium (1/2”) and large (5/8”). Depending on the thickness of your document, you will need to round up to the size slightly larger than your document.

3. After you have selected the appropriate size of Proclick binding spine you will need to select the color for your spines. Currently there are four colors available for Proclick binding: black, navy blue, white and frost.

4. After preparing your document, and selecting the size and color of the Proclick spine, you can finally start the binding process. You are ready to punch the pages. Depending on the binding machine that you are using, punching your document will work differently. Most manual binding machines involve inserting small stacks of paper into the punching slot and pulling the handle to punch the holes. However, the Proclick P50 which is designed specifically for use with Proclick binding spines uses a punching mechanism that slides across the binding edge to punch the pages. Either way, you will need to punch your document in small sections until the whole document is punched and ready for the spine.

5. After your document is punched you will need to take the Proclick spine that you have chosen and prepare it for binding your document. In order to make the binding process go easier, you will want to crease your binding spine slightly so that it will close more easily. You will then want to take the spine and insert it through the holes of your document. The easiest way to do this tends to be to hold the document with one hand and use the other hand to string the Proclick spine through the holes.

6. Once the spine has been threaded through the holes of the document, you will need to snap the first few loops shut manually using your hand. After you have snapped the first few loops shut you can use the Proclick zipper tool (one is included in every box of Proclick strips) to zip the rest of the spine shut.

Using these simple instructions you can quickly and easily bind document manually with Proclick binding spines. If you are looking for a faster way to bind documents with Proclick spines, new automated Proclick Pronto binding systems are available. Either way, Proclick provides a professional look with easy editing capabilities.

ProClick Binding Overview
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I know about Proclick Binding?
If you are looking for a new and innovative binding style that is simple to use and easily editable, you might want to consider GBC Proclick. Approximately three years ago, General Binding Corporation (GBC) introduced its new Proclick binding elements. These innovative elements easily snap c...Read More
How do I bind a document using ProClick Binding?
If you use GBC ProClick binding spines, you know that they’re easy to use and can help you quickly produce high-quality work. But if you want to make the process easier, use the following five tips: Although the zipper tool looks easy to use, you might have some trouble with i...Read More
How do I choose the right ProClick Binding Machine?
ProClick binding from GBC is one of the most innovative and popular document finishing methods available today. These incredible supplies allow you to edit your work even after your booklets have been bound. They even let your pages rotate a full 360 degrees, making your documents easy and enjoya...Read More
Can I use Coil with my ProClick Machine?
Enthralled by the ability to easily edit documents and the low cost of the Proclick book binding machines many users have jumped at the new GBC book binding style. However, these same users often discover that the convenience of the Proclick book binding system also comes with a price. Unfortuna...Read More
How do I choose the right ProClick Spines?
GBC has become one of the most popular manufacturers of binding machines thanks to great products such as their ProClick spines. These items are some of the best binding supplies available because they can be re-opened later in case you need to edit your document. They also allow the pages of you...Read More