The best advice I can give is from a talk by Elder Oaks: ”Last year a church member sent me a suggestion that someone prepare a book containing all General Authority interpretations of all verses in the scriptures. I replied that I thought this was not a good idea…. What we are seeking to accomplish… is not to magnify the standing of the prophets but to elevate the spirituality of our rank and file members. Like Moses, we declare, ‘would God that all the Lord’s people were prophets, and that the Lord would put his spirit upon them!’ (Numbers 11:29). We encourage everyone to study the scriptures prayerfully and seek personal revelation to know the meaning for themselves.” (Elder Dallin H. Oaks, “Scripture Reading and Revelation”, BYU Studies Academy Meeting, January 29, 1993)

Teaching Set

(Here is a link to a wide margin PDF file I found. http://bradjackman.com/?p=10
Maybe easier than photo copy.)

In the early 80's while attending the University of Utah institute, I had a great teacher named Bro Taylor. He taught me many things one of which was to create a study set of scriptures.
He basically took 2 Book of Mormons, ripped the binding so the pages were loose. Took those pages and glued them onto a regular sheet of paper. This gave him larger margins to write in. I tired that but found the glued pages to get messy and often come unglued. So I changed it:
  • Took a inexpensive copy of the Book of Mormon
  • cut the binding off
  • took each sheet and "copied it" on a copier
  • then did the next page on a new sheet.
This not only gave me the larger margins but the facing page on the left was blank for notes.
This also solved the problem of the glue mess.

As I have read and found statements from General authorities and others on each section of scripture I have typed those sayings into a word document, set it up into wide margins and at a 9 point font.
I then print it out, cut the paper and tape it to the margin or facing page.
Some verses have nothing about them yet, others have lots.
On some chapters I have filled all the margins as well as the facing page so have added in pages or made the typed thoughts expand out.
I have done this all the way through once on the Book of Mormon. (took over 5 years) and am now adding as I find them still.
I have copied or created books for the D&C and the New Testament that I am starting to add thoughts to.
I can not bring myself to try to copy the Old Testament yet.