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    I use what Ann suggested.

    Although I also use the 6x6 printfile ones and just use 9 then include the other one on another sheet, or edit (throw out) one shot.

    Michael
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    When I shot 6x7 (RB67) I just edited one shot out. Bottom line is, I am not a perfect photographer, and never had 10 keepers on one roll.
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    Good Evening,

    Ditto some of the info above. I've often just sacrificed frame 10 because of the contacting problem. About a year ago, I did find, on E-Bay, a 250-sheet box of Kodabrome II RC (grade 2) in 8 1/2 x 11. With a little finagling, you can usually squeeze most of the 10th frame onto that size paper. It worked well for me because Kodabrome II RC has always been my standard paper for contacts anyway.

    Konical

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