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The most straightforward way is to take a piece of plain white paper which is twice the size of the book, fold it in half then stick it on to the edge of the first page next to the spine, with a little paste (see fig. 14). The correct method for applying the paste is to cover the endpaper, except for 1/8" next to the fold, then spread paste along the uncovered piece, which is carefully placed on the book so that the folded edge of the endpaper is level with the first section of the book. The same applies to the back of the book.
This job is performed with the rule, paring knife and a piece of board to cut on. The rule is placed inside the endpaper, separating it from the first page and level with the outside of that page. The rule is kept in place by pressing hard down on the book from above with the left hand. You may start at either end of the book but do not trim the fore-edge unless the book is to be rebound or rebacked in cloth. This is because leather books have their endpapers pasted down open, and cloth books are pasted down closed, then put in a nipping press.
This is a tricky operation if you are not sure how many pages made a section and I have seen books pulled with many pages torn due to a beginner separating the sections at the wrong places. Every section will have a letter or number telling you where the section starts, and most books use the alphabet starting of course with A. You will find this letter at the bottom of the pages on your left as you look at the page. If you start at the beginning of the book the first few pages may be numbered thus, i, ii, iii etc.