The procedure is the same for all of these cassettes:
  1. Memorize these instructions since you can't refer to them in the dark; better yet, run through the steps with the lights on with scrap film.
  2. Gather all your items together -- 35mm film, cassettes, scissors, and film template.
  3. Wash your hands thoroughly, or use film gloves (obtainable at most camera shops) in order to avoid getting oil or dirt on the film.
  4. Turn off the lights.
  5. Cut a 40" length of film, using a template, ruler or whatever you can device.
  6. Slide the film into one of the cassettes. You'll only be able to push about 1/2 inch at a time into the cassette.
  7. Leave about 2 inches of film sticking out.
  8. Turn on a dim light.
  9. When it comes time to load the camera, slide the film leader into another cassette and push in a couple of inches of the film.  

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