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3. Sheet styles

There are many different ways to organize field book pages based on survey operation. The Differential Level notes in Figure C-3 is one way collection can be structured, there are others which we'll look at in a bit.

To provide field note organization flexibility, a number of different sheet styles are available. These differ primarily in the number of printed columns on each plate. Figure C-4 shows three common styles. 

Figure C-4
Common Sheet Styles

Because the back of a right plate for one page is the left plate for the next page, the front and back of a sheet will not necessarily be the same style.

A bound field book (sewn/glued and spiral) has a single sheet style throughout; a binder field book can be configured with any style (even mixed). 

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