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Splitting the window

Splitting the window: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10
Splitting the window: Learning Screenwriting with Final Draft 10

Splitting the window is a modest gem. Naturally you can split the window vertically or horizontally to view two different pages of the same script simultaneously. But the feature's real power lies in mixing views. For example, script in one pane, Index Card Summary View in another. Or even the Beat Board. Roger's favorite is script on one side, Scene View on another.

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Skill Level Beginner
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Filmmaking Screenwriting Video Final Draft

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