Correct Way to Staple Documents?


Staples are used to hold documents in place and correct stapling ensures the document looks better and stays in place. Start by compiling the documents together and make sure they are aligned in one line. Proceed by inserting a row of staples in the stapler then staple from the papers together from the left hand side.
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Correct Way to Staple Documents
Staples are used to hold documents in place. Staples are contained in a stapler, which applies pressure to the paper and attaches the staple. Stapling documents the correct way can make a document look better, and the document will stay in place. There... More »
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