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In a multicolumn script, the parts of a script are divided across various columns. For example, you can create a script with separate columns for Scene Number, Scene, and Audio.
Track changes are disabled for new multicolumn scripts. For multicolumn scripts that you previously created with track changes, you can accept/reject changes. New changes to these scripts are not tracked.
Ensure that you save your multicolumn scripts in the STDOC format using File >Save To Disk. The formatting of a multicolumn script is lost when it is imported as an ASTX file.
A. Option to resize column B. Button providing options to edit rows or columns C. Insert row button D. Insert column button
To delete the contents of a row or column without deleting the row or column itself, select the row or column. Click the arrow icon, and select Clear Contents. Alternatively, press Delete on your keyboard.
To delete a row or column, select the row or column. Click the corresponding arrow icon, and select Delete Row/Delete Column.
Available for: Adobe Story Plus
When you insert an image into a table cell, the image is resized to fit the dimensions of the cell. If your image is bigger than the cell dimensions, drag the boundaries of the cell to resize the cell. The image expands to fit the new dimensions of the cell.
You can copy an image from one cell to another and across documents. Adobe Story supports images in the following formats: JPEG, GIF, and PNG. When you save the multicolumn script as an STDOC file (File > Save To Disk), and reimport, the images are retained.
In the desktop application, you can insert images in both the online and offline modes. The images added in the offline mode are synced to the server when you switch to the online mode.
When you import a multicolumn script saved as an STDOC file, the formatting and images in the original script are retained.
When you copy tables from Microsoft Word to a multicolumn script, the copied table is appended to the existing table in Adobe Story. Any images in the table are not imported. Save the images to a location on your computer and insert them into the table in Adobe Story.
When selecting contents using Ctrl+a, deselect all content lying outside the table before you copy content to Adobe Story.
Copying nested tables is not supported.