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Keep important documents, business papers or receipts together when you use staplers. These handy business tools come in all types and sizes, and are compatible with all types of business stationery. Never lose track of paperwork when you secure it using staplers, and their impermanence makes them even more appealing; simply remove staples when you need to access documents separately.


Unbranded staplers come in two distinct types; manual and electric. Just as they sound, you squeeze manual staplers with your hand to press staples into paper. Electric staplers sense your documents and apply a staple in seconds electronically. There are also mini staplers that fit in the palm of your hand, heavy-duty staplers that can staple large stacks of papers together, and stapleless staples, which simply crease paper without leaving a metal mark behind. Handheld staplers come in many sizes and designs to meet your needs.


Some staples are also hole punches, which makes them even more necessary. Staplers with an anti-jam feature eliminate the risk of your stapler stopping due to technical difficulties, and high-performance staplers even bind books. If you want to keep up with how many staples you have left, purchase a see-through stapler to keep tabs on your staple supply. Opt for a stapler with a rubber grip for a comfortable, ergonomic feel, especially if you staple many papers during the day. When shopping for a handheld stapler, look for rounded edges for comfort.


Some stapler brands stand out due to their quality and construction. Companies you may come across while shopping for staplers include Stanley Bostitch, Rexel, J. Burrows and Osmer. Prices vary by brand and stapler model, so once you narrow down a stapler brand, check for features as well as stapler size and design to make your final decision. Some brands offer more heavy-duty options while some brands offer more desk-friendly designs.


Take care of business with the right staplers and accessories. Make sure you have plenty of spare staples on hand so you never run out. For best results, match the staple brand to the stapler, and make sure staples are the right size. A staple remover is good to have for pulling staples out without damaging paper while hole punches work in tandem with staplers to provide neat and tidy stacks of paper you can put in a binder.