10A. This rule applies to items that are made up of two or more components, two or more of which belong to distinct material types (e.g., looseleaf (printed matter) and a cassette.)

10B. If the looseleaf (printed matter) is the predominant component, describe it in terms of the looseleaf and give details of the subsidiary component(s) as accompanying material following the physical description (see 5E) or in a note (see 7B11).

10B. Example

See also:

Cataloging Rules for the Description of Looseleaf Publications: Contents