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Saddle Stitching staples down the middle of the fold (the spine). The name comes from the device, or saddle, on which the folded sheets are placed for stitching — with the saddle in the fold. Saddle-stitching is common for small booklets, calendars, pocket-size address books, and some magazines. Binding with saddle-stitching creates booklets that can be opened up flat.

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