Posted by: Morgan on July 24th, 2009
Most everyone hates speaking in public. That’s a fear that Office Zone can’t help you with, but we can make the experience a little easier, thanks to our new professional podiums by Executive Wood.
These new models are extremely functional and very attractive. Featuring a beautiful cherry hardwood and veneer finish, the new Ambassador and Collegiate collection podiums are extremely portable. Each model includes its own casters. That means you can pack up and move your presentation in hardly no time at all.
The new podiums by Executive Wood include their own self-contained sound systems, have no messy wires to hassle with, and the battery will hold a charge for up to three months when not in use. Be sure to take a closer look at our new podium selection today:
Posted by: Morgan on July 17th, 2009
Thinking about redecorating your office lobby or waiting room? A wood magazine rack will give it that extra touch of class and style. Most lobbies or waiting areas include stacks of reading literature including magazines, brochures, booklets and the like. A wooden magazine rack helps keep all those things organized and looking tidy.
You will also find various styles of magazine racks in the lobbies of several doctor, dentist, and other healthcare-related facilities. Some medical examination rooms even include wall-mounted magazine racks–a handy feature that helps patients occupy their mind while reading and waiting for their busy doctor.
Office Zone also offers wooden medical chart holders and wood x-ray chart pouches as well. These ensure patient privacy while adding a nice look to any examination room.
Be sure to visit Office Zone’s wood magazine rack department today. We offer over 100 wood magazine rack styles–the largest selection available online today!
Posted by: Morgan on July 13th, 2009
We just added seven new Akiles brand binding machines to our Web site. Here are the links to the new product pages:
Over the years, we have found that most Akiles binding machines live up to all of the manufacturer’s hype. They are made of durable, heavy-duty metal and require little service work. Feel free to take a look today!
Posted by: Morgan on July 7th, 2009
Here’s a question we often hear: “Is there a way for me to insert an electronic version of my signature into a document?
And, the answer is “Yes.”
For as little as $113, you can easily and frequently capture and add your signature to all kinds of files. Why would you want to do this? You may have noticed pen tablets or signature capture pads in all sorts of retail environments and other locations, but they have their use in the office too.
Having a stored, electronic version of your signature saves you a significant amount of time and hassle. Your signature can be easily inserted into most forms and formats including: Microsoft Office, Excel, and PDF documents.
You can also help cut down on paper consumption by electronically signing and e-mailing important forms, documents, and other papers instead of using the fax machine or the postal system.
For more information on electronic signature capture pads, be sure to visit our Signature Capture Pad FAQ today.
Posted by: Morgan on July 2nd, 2009
Comb binding is a simple, inexpensive way to bind your documents and reports. Comb binding machines require very little setup and can be used by almost anyone.
Here’s how it’s done:
1. Start by making some minor adjustments to your comb binding machine. Adjusting the punch margin depth, binding comb opener size, and disengage punching dies to prevent half-hole punches.
2. Gather together all the documents that you need to punch and bind. This includes the document paper, report covers, front and back.
3. Insert the sheets of paper that need to be punched. We recommend that you insert only about 80% of the maximum amount the machine is rated to punch. Pull down binding machine handle and punch your paper.
4. After all of the document sheets have been successfully punched, jog the paper to align the holes. This will make it easier to insert the binding comb.
5. Now, carefully place the binding comb on the machine’s comb opener to pry it open. Be sure the comb is placed on the machine so that the opened side is facing up.
6. Lay your punched paper on top of the opened comb spines.
7. Carefully release the comb opener to close the binding comb.
8. That’s all there is to it! Now you can move on to your next document.
Office Zone offers a wide assortment of comb binding machines and supplies. Be sure to take a look today!