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Cheating

Cheating: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10
Cheating: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10

"Cheating" is when the margins of an element are tweaked from the standard in order to eliminate a "widow," or hanging word, or to decrease the overall page count. The Ruler is the best way to quickly vary the margin of a given element. Final Draft can vary overall margins, of course, but Roger doesn't recommend it. That's "cheating" that really is cheating.

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Filmmaking Screenwriting Video Final Draft

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