How to Edit Wire Bound Documents?

posted this on Mar 22, 2016

MyBinding.com brings you this demonstration of how to edit wire bound documents. In this video, you'll see how easy editing wire bound documents is when you follow these simple steps. Needing to edit a finished document can be a common occurrence in the business world, so it's an essential skill every professional should have. And rather than reprint your entire presentation or report, you can make one change and save yourself and your company time and resources.

 


Video Transcription:

Welcome to MyBinding How To videos. Today's topic is how to edit a wire bound document. Needing to go back and edit a finished book is a common problem. So with a wire bind, you first must remove the wire bind and replace it with a new spine. And it's much easier than you might think. First off, you need to locate the seam of the spine. And then on one end, with a small tool or pliers, or even your fingers, you simply pull the loose end. Pull it just a little bit, tug it away, and you'll see that it will begin to unravel really easily. Hold tight to your project as you pull all the way down the spine, removing it completely. A close up on that is here's the end, pull it out. And you'll see the wire bind just unravel all the way down. And that's it. Edit your book and bind again. For more demos, reviews, and how to's on all things binding, check out MyBinding.com

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