For now maybe you should wait to see if you have any cross comb, and if there is any brood in before you worry to much about it. Focus on making sure the queen is release, and that the bees are drawing out comb. Add you tenth frame, and push them together leaving equal spacing on either ends of the row of frames. If you have cross comb just cut it away from the foundation, and remove it. I removed two very beautiful wild combs this spring from my hives both had nothing in them. I gave them to my five year old for show and tell at school. What the others are talking about is taking a wild comb using wire or rubber bands to hold the comb in a frame. The bees will attach the comb to the frame and use it. Generally the wild comb is used by the bees to produce drones. So if all you did was remove any wild comb and set it aside you would be just fine.