This is what you'll see on Page 8. To keep these straight and to know which line you'll use on the extension squared tool,

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  Here's an overview of the Extension squared tool.
Using the side with the words up, you can cut 5 framing pieces.
Using the side with the words down, you can cut the other 4 pieces.
Each side requires 9 pieces, 36 total, one for every wedge.
  From Set #1 you'll cut Piece #2 and Piece #6.

For piece #2, use the other side of the extension tool and mark on the last slots.
Piece #6 is made with the full Extension tool.

Cut four of each piece.
  From Set #2 you'll cut Piece #3 and Piece #7.

Place the tool words down to cut Piece #3

Cut four of each piece. 
From Set #2 you'll cut Piece #3 and Piece #7.

Place the tool words up to cut Piece #7

Cut four of each piece.
From Set #3 you'll cut Piece #8 and Piece #4.

Place the tool up down to cut Piece #8

Cut four of each piece.
From Set #3 you'll cut Piece #8 and Piece #4.

Place the tool up up to cut Piece #4

Cut four of each piece.
From Set #4 you'll cut Piece #9 and Piece #5.

Place the tool up down to cut Piece #9

Cut four of each piece.
From Set #4 you'll cut Piece #9 and Piece #5.

Place the tool up up to cut Piece #5

Cut four of each piece.
From Sets #1 and #4 scraps, you'll assemble Set #5
Cut Piece #! and Piece #5.

Place the tool up down to cut Piece #9

Cut four of each piece.
From Sets #1 and #4 scraps, you'll assemble Set #5
Cut Piece #! and Piece #5.

Place the tool up down to cut Piece #9

Cut four of each piece.
   
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