Type Of Book
A very popular book binding method in which folded sheets are gathered together one inside the other and then stapled through the fold line with wire staples.
Two staples are commonly used but larger books may require more staples along the spine
A soft cover form of book binding that uses a specific type of glue. A perfect bound book is where the pages and the cover of the book are glued together along the spine
Hard Cover binding
A hardcover book is one bound with rigid protective covers
Thread Sewn Binding
A traditional way but most secure method of binding. Each section is then sewn into the following section along the spine. The spine is then glued together for extra support and the cover then attached. A Section Sewn book, regardless of pagecount will be able to lay flat.
Holes are punched through the pages of your document near the bound edge, and held together using either wire or plastic coils. If you're after a something a little fancier, a a document can be wire bound inside a hard cover, cloth or printed case.