Thanks again Roger!
Scrivener is probably the best word processor available. Most writers like myself who have been writing for a long time will find Scrivener a welcome addition to their desktop. I use the program exclusively to write novels, but it has many other functions, one of which is screenwriting.
Here are the steps:
First, open a new document and select “screenwriting” and then “screenplay”.
The next thing you will see is the following screen. What is great about Scrivener is that it has pre-made formatting for all of the various parts of a screenplay. It offers pre-sets for actions, parentheticals, shots, dialogue, transitions, or anything a screenwriter might need to format their document properly.
The binder column on the left allows a writer to see each section or scene of their screenplay at a glance. If a writer wants to switch a scene around or move a scene to another part…
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