Interpoint Braille

A method of properly spacing braille on both sides of the paper so that no dots counteract each other. Sheer weight and volume of the finished document make it highly desirable to produce documents in interpoint braille. However, in some situations, single-sided braille is mandated by rule; and, some users may wish to have single-sided braille when working in close quarters.

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