Has anyone done this with success? I don't want to ruin a fifteen or twenty dollar book of songs by guessing it would be ok.
Other suggestions other than photocopying the third and fourth pages of a song?
- Colin Nicholson
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The rectangular punch holes are cut fairly near the edge of the paper, and no where near the start or end of clefs/ brackets/ musical directions etc. I also protect each book with a separate plastic back page (or card), and the front cover I sometimes use good quality tracing paper - bought separately. Can be printed back to back (card), and for a 3rd page, I sometimes sellotape this to page 2 RH edge and cut about 5mm off the edge of page 3 to allow it to fold inwards.
Best way is to practise and experiment with it.
You can buy binding machines/ plastic spirals in Staples.