I started recently reading sheet music, and slowly grasping it, this is going to sound general but on the staff if a note is under the staff or above what notes does it denote, does it start over from above? any easy way to understand the notes faster.
No it just continues on in the same order from the last ledger line, hence in the treble clef, it will continue from the F on top onto G, A, B and so on

Edit, and from the bottom it goes backwards, so from the E it goes down to D and then C
Last edited by Aquaman788 at Jul 25, 2010,
I think the first question has been answered (assuming you were describing ledger lines) but to answer the second question, I haven't found a quicker way of learning to read sheet music well than simply by practicing sight reading a lot and regularly, so that's what I'd suggest.