Q. You write on your site that scripts should have 80 lb. white cardstock covers. Should the last page of the script be a blank 80 lb. white cardstock piece as well or just the last page of the script? Is 65 lb. ok too?
Also, should the cover be 3-hole punched like the rest of the sheets or 2? I couldn't figure that out from your site on binding.
65 lb. is a bit light for my taste. The covers (front and back) keep the pages from getting thrashed.
I don't know why you'd add a blank page at the end. No one writes notes on them.
The cover can be three or two hole punched. I think two holes are more elegant, since they cover up the empty hole. The best are the foldover covers that hide the brads entirely so they don't rip up your car seat, but I wouldn't spend too much time hunting those down. Spend the time spell checking by eye.
Do not xerox the title on to the cardstock cover. Sequence is: cardstock cover; title page; rest of script; cardstock cover.
What do you even call those fold-over card covers? I've tried Googling but come up with zilch. Never even seen 'em for sale in the UK.
So the 'cover' of the script is just a blank white sheet of 80 lb. cardstock? There is nothing on it to indicate who's or what it is?
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