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MOREs, CONTINUEDs, and other frills

MOREs, CONTINUEDs, and other frills: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10
MOREs, CONTINUEDs, and other frills: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10

Roger describes the workings and purpose of "MOREs" and "CONTINUEDs," which are used when a scene breaks across a page. Final Draft handles the addition of these elements automatically. The software also offers shortcuts for "extensions," the abbreviations that appear after a character name to indicate the accompanying dialog is from off screen or is in voiceover.

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Filmmaking Screenwriting Video Final Draft

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