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Printing Manuals, Reports And Training Booklets – 8 Publishing Tips

This is where the heavy lifting happens in your content mix. Use our Top 8 tips to make sure your Manuals, Training Material and Reports are designed and printed with your audience in mind

1. Print Quality

Training material, manuals and reports, must be built to last. This is where print spend is a long term investment. Go for good, durable paper stock. Look for the highest quality print options available.

2. Durability

With training materials, you will be creating a comprehensive step-by-step guide or handbook. It will serve as a reference for more than one person over time. In some cases it will change hands regularly. Use our binding & laminating services to give your document substance.

3. Visualize

Put a stop to dull and boring training days or meetings. Get well-visualised content, good design and intelligent use of colour to convey the essence of your content in a glimpse with Snap.

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4. Navigation

Your document will translate complicated yet essential instructions to someone for the first time. Break down your content. Generate easy-to-digest snackable bites of information. Generate headings and subheadings that help.

5. Templates

If it’s time to prepare for that AGM, Sales meeting, or annual company report, there’s a hassle-free way to do it with Snap Printing. Come into your local Snap Centre and take a look at our gallery of reports and choose a template or style that is right for your business.

6. Branding

With reports, you may be presenting to high level users. It may be your first chance to communicate with new stakeholders. Create coherent branded elements when designing your document using our in-house designers. Be sure to communicate your brand identity to our designers and have a brand kit in mind.

7. Consistency

Reports are produced periodically at regular intervals in most cases. Be sure to follow your corporate brand guidelines consistently across the different documents whilst developing ways to distinguish between them.

8. Readability

Make the dense information easy to scan. Highlight what matters. Talk to our Designers about the optimal ways we can format your information.