I googled this, but all the results were all about "how to write a thank you note."
Let's label a blank notecard like this: Front cover = A; inside front cover (left inside) = B; inside back (right inside) = C; back of card = D; and assume that the back (D) is mostly blank with plenty of room for writing
When you have a blank note card and are writing a thank you note or similar, where do you write after you've finished the C panel? Or are you supposed to start on B?
I've gotten notes from family members that went: C, D and ones that went C, B and ones that went C, B, D.
Is there a proper format, or is it totally up to the writer?
(I think I was taught that you start on C because that's where a reader's eye will naturally go when they open a card, but that doesn't mean I'm right about that).
edited to ask: do you start second/third panels of writing with (cont'd) or a page number or just assume that your reader will figure out that the Dear SoAndSo line is the first page, and the Love, Julep line is the last?