There are various ways in which you can jam a stapler. Don't panic! We'll introduce you to those, along with just how to unjam a stapler.
What Not To Do
First, to steer clear of pesky jams, be sure to note each individual stapler's maximum sheet count. If a stapler is made to staple 20 or 40 sheets of paper, and you try to staple anything above, you'll have a jammed stapler on your hands. The same goes for when you try to tack tough materials, such as cardboard, with an office stapler.
Strictly use heavy-duty staplers or automatic staple guns for tough, on-site jobs, and use any of our office staplers for, you guessed it, in the office! If you know your stapler did not staple all the way through your document and is stuck mid-staple, don't keep stapling in the same location. It is likely you will jam it further.
So, how exactly do you unjam a stapler?