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Putting spiral binding on guidebook?

Portia1

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Frances 2009, Portuguese 2012
Frances 2016, (Frances 2019)
I've now chopped away at my guidebook removing all unnecessary pages (to me). The binding is now fragile. Has anyone gone to kinkos and had a sprial binding put on their book? This would also allow the book to lay flat. Wondering............
 
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William Marques

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While I have not used the shop you mentioned I have spirally bound a guide book. This was back in 2000 when there was no proper guide to the Via de la Plata. I took parts from the CSJ, Alison Raju ans the Amigos in Seville's guidebooks and "wrote" my own. As it was almost entirely plagiarised I could not of course sell it but it was great to have everything in one book and being spirally bound it could be folded completely flat.
 

spursfan

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why not just put a tag through the pages and throw the pages away as you walk - then buy a new guidebook when you get home
 

MichaelB10398

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Kinko's is great for that kind of service; not expensive and quick. I would assume that almost any large copy store would provide the same service. It is a good idea and results in a much more functional selection of pages. Buen camino.
 
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Hermanita

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WolverineDG said:
I made one-sided copies of the CSJ guide & then used the back side of the sheets for my journal. 2 birds, one stone.

Kelly

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What a fantastic idea!! I think I'll do just that with my guide book. I was wondering if it was worth cutting up or copying just the pages I needed. You just answered that for me.
Thanks for the great idea.
 

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