Spiral Bound Booklets

Spiral Bound Booklets

Spiral binding allows large number of loose sheets to be bound together, while still allowing the book to lay flat. Without sacrificing durability, looks, or quality, spiral binding is commonly chosen as a professional economical option for presentation pieces.


  • Print high quality digital color.
  • Print marginless by choosing full bleed.
  • Save money per book - receive discounts when ordering larger quantities.
  • Choose one of our many paper types.

Product Options

How would you like your documents to be printed? Choose from the following options:

  • Number of copies
  • Pages in your file   (more... )
    Counting Pages

    If your document is double-sided, count each side as a page.

    If you are printing a booklet, count each cover page (outside and inside) as a page.

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  • Paper type   (more...)
    More About Paper

    At MGX Copy - we offer 3 different types of paper: bond, text, and cover.

    Bond and text come in similar weights and thicknesses. The main difference between the two is that bond is always uncoated, while text will typically have a matte or gloss coating.

    Meanwhile, cover paper is a thicker, stiffer stock - typically used for book covers or thick flyers.

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  • Number of sides
  • Color / Black & White Printing

Finishing Options

  • Booklet covers - all covers include color printing and full bleed. If your booklet has black & white interior and you order one of our thicker covers, we offer complimentary color printing for your covers.
  • Full Bleed - included for all booklets   (more...)
    More About Full Bleed

    Full bleed is marginless printing.

    Printers and presses cannot print on the full surface of printing. To print without margins, printing companies will print a larger version of your image (a version with bleeds). The printer will then trim off the bleeds of your image, leaving only the desired image.

    Printing full bleed requires special design considerations. Your image must extend 1/8" beyond where the printer trims - on all 4 edges. Additionally, you must add a safety margin for your text. Assume all content within 1/8" of the trims are at risk of being cut.

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Production Options

  • Production Time — Does not include shipping time

Similar Products

  • Color Copies — Visit color copies if you wish your documents to be stapled packets, or if you want looseleaf prints.
  • Perfect Bound Books — Consider upgrading your binding to go above and beyond the standard presentation.

Design Questions

  • What do I need to know before I design my project?

    The design issues that we encounter most frequently are: problems with full bleed design, files are the wrong size for the product, and files whose quality is too low.

    For a more comprehensive listing of the major design issues, please visit the File Checklist in the FAQ.

  • What is full bleed?

    If your document does not have an 1/8” white margin around all four edges , then your document needs to be printed with full bleed. The reason why full bleed does not come standard with all copies is because it requires extra labor. All printers need to leave a white margin at the edges.

    Full bleed documents need to be formatted properly. If your document matches this description above, please click here to find out more information on how design your file for full bleeds.

  • What file format should I use for my documents?

    We print using PDF’s, and prefer flattened PDF’s using the CMYK color space.

    We can also accept other image types (JPEG’s, PNG’s, GIF’s, TIFF’s), Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Powerpoint presentations, Adobe Photoshop files, and Adobe InDesign files.

Product Questions

  • What paper should I use?

    Please visit the Paper Advice Section in our Product Advice Center. There you will find a more detailed look at what paper is good for some common usages for our products.

Design Specifications

  • File Format: .PDF (Preferred), .DOC, .JPEG, .JPG, .PNG, .TIFF, .AI, .PSD, .PUB, .PPT.
  • Resolution: 300 DPI.
  • Color Space: We prefer CMYK (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/blacK). If you use RGB, the colors on the print may turn out, in some cases, different than what you're expecting. Learn more >
  • Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" for copies without full bleed. 8.75" x 11.25" for copies with full bleed.
  • Fonts: Please flatten your documents before sending your file. If you use a special font which our system can not recognize, the document will replace your font with another font in our system.
  • Full Bleed: For full bleed prints, we need an extra 1/8" on all four edges—we will cut that off. We recommend that text not placed near any edge. In fact, we recommend leaving an additional margin beyond what we will cut off. Learn more >

Templates For Download

Please feel free to use the templates below to help you get started with your design needs.

To download, please right-click on the link, and select "Save Link As...", and save the file to your computer.

Spiral Bound Documents with Full Bleed

  • JPG — Template for generic image editors
  • PSD — Template for Adobe Photoshop

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Information for your first order

  1. Next step - upload. Before submitting the order, you will need to send us the files to be printed. If you lose track of the upload page, you can find it in your shopping cart.
  2. Full bleed: Do your designs extend to the edge of the sheet? If they do, your designs need to follow two simple requirements for full bleed printing. Many of our first-time customers unknowingly submit files that are put on hold because the file is not designed properly. To learn more, click here. Examples of full bleed
  3. Our service representatives are here to help. Call us at 1-877-649-5463, or email us. Also, check out the file/design checklist, and the article about the production schedule after your order is submitted.