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Standard Pamphlets 100lb Gloss Stock

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* NOTE: All same day orders need to be placed before 10:00 AM ET. All other orders need to be placed before 1:00 PM ET. Otherwise, these jobs will not be processed until the next business day.

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Standard Pamphlets

Standard Pamphlets are a simple, affordable way to give your clients all the details they need in one place. These handy brochures are often used for providing product and service information, showing facts and statistics, or telling a company’s story. They’re also great for menu brochures and instruction manuals. These custom pamphlets come prefolded. We recommend ordering scoring as well for extra-crisp folding.

100lb Gloss Stock

100lb Gloss Stock

This semi-glossy stock has just a hint of shine and is heavier than your usual magazine paper.

Scoring & Folding

Scoring & Folding

Choose from 8 types of pamphlet and brochure folds, along with optional scoring.

6 Pamphlet Sizes

6 Pamphlet Sizes

Besides our standard 8.5” x 11” pamphlets, we offer 5 more popular sizes.

Paper Type

100lb Glossy Text Stock

Coating

No Coating

Color

Full color CMYK: 1 sided (4/0), or 2 sided (4/4)

Quantities

Ranges from 25 to 100,000

Sizes
8.5"x11" 8.5"x14" 9"x12"
11"x17" 17"x22" 11"x25.5"
Finishing

Cut to size, fold and box. Bundling and scoring are optional.

File Type

Print Ready PDF file

Folding Types
brochure folding
Special Instructions

We highly recommend selecting a fold type with scoring to help minimize cracking when folded

The size selected refers to the open size of the brochure. Folding will result in a smaller finished size.

Art should match folding template as per instructions (i.e. fold, cut and bleed lines are to be followed). Failing to do so will result in delays and/or unexpected results.