These are business forms of one type or another printed on carbonless paper and bound together in multiple parts or layers so anything you write on the top sheet is automatically transferred to the sheets below.
The most common types are Duplicate (2-part forms) and Triplicate (3-part forms) although 4 or 5-part forms can be made up.
NCR Books are made up of perforated sheets which are glued or stapled in to books of (usually) 50 multipart forms.
Because they're perforated you can tear out any sheet you wish along the perf whilst leaving the remaining sheets safely in the book.
NCR Pads are almost exactly the same - the only difference between Pads and Books is that NCR Pads aren't perforated.
Once a form has been completed all the parts are removed from the pad and filed. You can't safely remove one part of a Set and leave others behind.
NCR Sets are multiple sheets of carbonless paper glued along one edge with special adhesive which only binds the sheets comprising the Set.
If you have a 2-part Set it is only those two sheets which are glued together. If you have a 3-part Set then it is only those three sheets which are glued together and so on.
Ideal for Delivery Notes, Receipts, Invoices, Order Books.
With no battery life or internet connection to worry about they are quick to fill in, fast to look something up if you need to and always in numerical order! What's not to like about Carbonless Books and Pads.
We'll design your form just the way you want it so you're able to record exactly the right information for your business. In short - the stuff that matters to you.
When it comes to numbering, we've got that nailed too with every form sequentially numbered in easy to read large type. Small quantities aren't a problem. Order as few as two books or hundreds - we've got the perfect production system for you.
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