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For TV and film scripts, you can switch to any template available under that particular script format. Such as for a TV script, you can switch between UK Screenplay TV Script 1 and UK Screenplay TV Script 2.

You can also change the font used in the template. The option to change the font of the template is in the General tab of the Change Template dialog.

Change template for a script

You can change templates for film and TV scripts.

  1. In the script view, select Edit > Template.

  2. In the Change Template dialog, select a template from the Select Template pop up menu.

Edit Start of act and End of act text

You can change templates for film and TV scripts.

  1. In the script view, select Edit > Template.

  2. In the Change Template dialog, select a template from the Select Template pop up menu.

  3. Select General and edit the entries in the Start of act/part and End of act/part. The entries you make in these fields appear as prefixes for Start of act/part and End of act/part labels in the script. For example, if you enter “Start of Part Number: in the Start of act\part field for a script, the start of first act in the script is marked Start of Part Number: 1.

Hide/display additional information in the template

  • On the General tab of the Change Template dialog, you can specify whether you want to display the scheduled date as part of the scene time.

  • To display the location in the script, click Characters In Scene in the Change Template dialog and then select Show Studio/Location.

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