To create a new package for an application program that was previously bound. For example, if an index is added for a table accessed by a program, the package must be rebound for it to take advantage of the new index.
To bind again a book previously bound; usually used in reference to a book taken apart for use as camera-ready copy, which must then be assembled in the original order and recovered using the original case. to top
The existing binding is removed, fan glued and cased into a new cover.