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Available for: All Adobe Story customers

Beginning the April 2014 release, Adobe Story supports multiple lines in the document header and footer. You can choose what fields to display in the left, center, and right side of each row for header/footer, as well as how many rows you want displayed. You can even choose to enter free-form prefix text for each value.

To enter customized header and footer settings for a document (other than the first page), do the following:

  1. With the document open, click Production > Modify Header And Footer > Other Pages.
  2. Click the + icon to add multiple rows.
  3. Click the X icon to remove a row.
  4. Choose relevant options from the popup menu:
    • Document Name
    • Document Author
    • Page Number
    • Number of Pages
    • Program Name (as specified in the Production Information dialog)
    • Series Name (as specified in the Production Information dialog)
    • Scene Number
    • Episode Number – Scene Number
    • Episode Number – Page Number
    • Current Date
    • Production Revision
    • Previous Camera
    • Next Camera
    • Transmission Date (as specified in the Script Properties dialog)
    • Location Name (as specified in the Script Properties dialog)
    • Program Number (as specified in the Production Information dialog)
    • Recording Date (as specified in the Script Properties dialog)
  1. If you want to add a custom prefix before any field, double-click the P before the field and add any custom text.
  2. Check Insert A Line After Header/Insert A Line Before Footer to display horizontal lines separating the header/footer text from the script body.

The TV script template, UK Screenplay (TV) 3 [Beta], has been modified to have two header rows and one footer row by default as per the settings displayed in Figure 1. 

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Figure 1: The Modify Header/Footer dialog

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