This manuscript changes throughout its parts. In the first portion, a list of Greek prepositions, there is a much less formalized structure and it is written in the pages at the very beginning of the manuscript. The next section in a thicker hand has a single-column layout and each line begins with a small enlarged capital in alternating red and blue by row. This then transitions into a single column layout, with some changes in hand and visible revisions. Following this is a calendar written entirely in red and blue, which ends in three ruled but blank folios. After thise space, the format changes to a two-column layout with red enlarged capitals in the left column and blue in the right. Litterae notabiliore are frequent, either red or blue and decorated with flourishes in the other color. Throughout are examples of filled intertextual space, where the ends of lines that finished before the edge of the column are filled with series of connected red circles.