There are some free/shareware word processor "templates" out there on
the web which can help, too. Here's a page that lists some:
-- Mike Arnzen
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"Re: Scriptwriting software"
Robspiere <[log in to unmask]> (9 Apr 98, @ 11:44)
> > So, what about it? Who out there can recommend something? I'd like to
> > get
> > past that typical first few weeks in every semester when I get the
> > damndest, most unreadable "scripts." I invariably just tell some of
> > them to literally cut and paste.
> Instead of using a proprietary application for this relatively simple DTP
> application, use Word. Since we all know of Microsoft's incredible
> proliferation, I'm going to assume you have Microsoft Word.
Michael A. Arnzen * Dept. of English * University of Oregon
"We use up too much artistry in our dreams --
and therefore often are impoverished during the day."
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