Use the document to learn how to delete scripts

Note:

Adobe will stop the Adobe Story CC service on January 22, 2019. Adobe Story CC, Adobe Story CC (Classic), and Adobe Story CC desktop application will be discontinued. See End of service FAQ for more information.

Delete scripts

When you delete a script, the script is moved to the Deleted section. Delete the script from the Deleted section to permanently delete it from Adobe Story.

In the Projects view, do one of the following:

  • Select the script, and click Delete in the toolbar.

  • Click the arrow to the left of the script, and select Delete from the menu.

Note:

You cannot delete a script that is open in the Authoring view.

Delete scripts permanently

  1. In the Projects view, click Deleted in the left panel.

  2. Select the script that you want to delete permanently.

  3. Click the arrow next to the script, and select Delete.

Restore deleted scripts

You can restore scripts in the Deleted section to their original project or to other existing projects.

If you want to restore your script to a project that you have deleted, create a project with that name before you restore the script.

  1. In the Projects view, click Deleted in the left panel.

  2. Select the script that you want to restore.

  3. Click the arrow next to the script.

  4. Select Restore To Project, and select the project to which you want to restore the script.

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