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Orange arrow How can I save my FD7 / 6 script as a template?

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  To save an FD7 / 6 script as a template so you don't have to reconfigure a new blank script every time: Go to File > Save As and give the file a different name, just to be on the safe side. If you want any text to appear in the template, leave it. If you want your new template to be blank, d...
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Orange arrow I have FD8 for Mac and when I go to File > New from Stationery, I'm missing some templates.

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  This can occur on computers running 10.8 (Mountain Lion). Some file names are too long to display in Final Draft, so the files need to be renamed with shorter names. To do this: Quit the program; Open a Finder window and go to your Applications folder; Open the Final Draft 8 folder; (If you b...
Orange arrow How can I save my FD10 / 9 script as a template? (Mac)

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  To watch a how-to video, click HERE. NOTE that this video shows Final Draft 9, but the process and the commands are the same in Final Draft 10. Go to File > Export and give the file a different name, just to be on the safe side; If you want any text to appear in the template, leave it. If y...
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Tagged: template, FDX, FD9


Orange arrow How can I save my FD8 script as a template? (Mac)

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  To save a script as a template so you don't have to reconfigure a new blank script every time: Go to File > Save As and give the file a different name, just to be on the safe side. If you want any text to appear in the template, leave it. If you want your new template to be blank, delete all...
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Orange arrow Adding New TV Templates

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  After you have downloaded the compressed file, double-click it to uncompress it. You should see the template icons. Save them to some convenient folder on your computer. When you want to open a template, open this folder and select the one you want or open Final Draft, go to File > Open, navig...
Posted in: Installing
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Orange arrow Adding New Script Templates

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  After you have downloaded the compressed file, double-click it to uncompress it. You should see the template icons. Save them to some convenient folder on your computer. When you want to open a template, open this folder and select the one you want or open Final Draft, go to File > Open, navig...
Posted in: Installing
Tagged: template


Orange arrow Every time I open the program a TV template opens instead of a blank screenplay template.

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  Final Draft defaults to the last template file you opened under File > New from Template (FD10 / 9), File > New from Stationery (FD8) or File > New (FD7 / 6). For example, if you go to File > New from Template and choose the Broadway Musical template, the next time you go to File > ...
Orange arrow Applying a custom template to a script in 8.0.3.1 for Mac (applies to the retail version, not the Mac App Store version)

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  Create your template (File > Save As > Final Draft template) and save it to the Desktop; Quit Final Draft ((Command + Q); Go to Finder > Applications > Final Draft 8; CTRL + Click > Show Package Contents; Go to Contents > Mac OS > Data > Stationery; Drag the template in...
Posted in: Formatting

Orange arrow How can I save my FD8 script as a template? (Windows)

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  To save a script as a template so you don't have to reconfigure a new blank script every time: Go to File > Save As and give the file a different name, just to be on the safe side. If you want any text to appear in the template, leave it. If you want your new template to be blank, delete all...
Posted in: Formatting

Orange arrow How can I save my FD10 / 9 script as a template? (Windows)

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  To save a script as a template so you don't have to reconfigure a new blank script every time: Go to File > Save As and give the file a different name, just to be on the safe side; If you want any text to appear in the template, leave it. If you want your new template to be blank, delete all...
Posted in: Formatting
Tagged: template, FD9



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