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Some time ago, I foolishly mentioned in a public forum that I use Word document templates, and have been mithered by e-mails requesting copies and information ever since.
Save me some effort, chaps and chapesses, and download the templates from here.
This next one is a posting to a newsgroup, explaining how to compose a manuscript.
Addendum: Better yet, go Here. He's done a much tidier job of it, and covers more details, although:
Microsoft Word Comic Template
And here is a silly script I cobbled together after a discussion on a bulletin board, which shows one of the ways the template can be used.
To install a template: Open it, modify all the fixed fields (name, address, etc), then "Save As" a document template.
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