Depending on the number of pages in your document, there can be several options available to you for binding it together.
We have illustrated the most common types below along with an approximate page number range suitable for the type of binding. Some bindings have particular features like the loop stitch which is designed to allow documents to be read whilst inside a ring binder and the screw bound makes it easy to add or remove pages. The stab stitched, tape bound and comb bound are for the domain of large internal reports as the finish is not as aesthetically pleasing on the eye as the others. This leaves saddle stitched, perfect bound, spiral bound (also know as coil binding) and wire bound being the staple for most professionally produced documents.