ScriptWizard (a powerful
plug-in for MS-WORD) is a robust screenwriting program for writing theatrical
film, television, video and stage scripts. (You do NOT need
Wizards For Word software to use
Script Wizard. Script Wizard is a separate, stand-alone software program for
Support for all major script forms.
for formatting and typing script text.
formatting with dialogue and scene continuation notations.
Production office tools for managing shooting draft revisions
Installs seamlessly in Word.
Virtually every feature in Word is
available to the script writer.
Script Wizard supports all script forms and
Script Wizard includes templates for 12 professional script
formats, including screenplays, sitcoms, soaps, radio-style scripts, stage
plays, 2-column A/V and Story Board formats.
Script Wizard is
Scriptwriting Toolbars and menus appear only when
Script Wizard files are opened, and disappear again when they are closed.
Display options are maintained separately from those which the user sets for
work in basic Word For Windows. And you can run as many other add-ons and
add-ins as your computers working memory will allow.
Script Wizard files travel well
When a script is written in Microsoft
Word, it can go anywhere, anytime, via fax, modem, or hardcopy. It can be
attached to email. Anyone with any version of Word or Word Perfect can
download, read and/or print it. Any producer can import and export Script
Wizard files to and from any standalone program.
be imported and exported
Script Wizard can import script files written
in Movie Master, Scriptware, DOS Word/WSA, TWCS, Word Perfect®,
Script Perfection, Super Script, Final Draft, Word for Macintosh,
Scriptor OUT files and more. It can export files back to those same programs.
Tools for formatting while writing
Shortcut keys and
toolbar buttons make writing and formatting scripts quick and easy. Use a
single Ctrl-key combination or click once on a toolbar button to format
sluglines, action, character names, dialog, parenthetic notes and transitions.
All standard script notations are typed for you. The Character editor stores
repeatedly-used character names for writing dialogue; select a key code, a
toolbar button or a menu item to have the formatted character's name entered
into your script automatically.
Tools for making page
Completely automated script processing utilities prepare your
scripts for printing. Script Wizard makes intelligent page breaks for scenes
and transitions, and inserts (MORE) and NAME (CONT'D) when dialogue is split
across pages. Page break options include Top/Bottom Continueds and global page
headers. Automatic and manual processing available.
For features, TV movies and hour episodic: Automatic
and Manual scene numbering options let you add (and remove) scene numbers, in
either the Left, Right or Both margins, using either conventional or unique
numbering schemes. Options to lock numbers, annotate "omitted" scenes and
generate A-B scenes, are included. For Sitcoms, Daytime soap, and stage plays:
Automated procedures for including Act and Scene numbers in page headers are
available for all TV and stage script formats.
revisions and re-writes
A single hot key creates revised page headers
and makes A pages as needed. Mark Change symbols (revision bar) can
be placed in either the left or right page margins, revised text can be set off
from old with bold, italics, underlining or double-underlining --
automatically! Scene numbers are added (A/B), omitted or edited at the touch of
a toolbar button.
Plus . . . scene lists, cast lists, and
sides. Enter a name or location (or any other script reference), and the
Excerpt utility will search for and copy all paragraphs which include that text
to a separate excerpt file. Page numbers can be included after each paragraph
for cross-reference. Use it to review one character's dialogue or to generate
casting 'sides'. bookmarks placed when you quit work today allow you to come
back to the exact same place in your file tomorrow. instant scenarios or
act/scene breakdowns are available simply by shifting into Outline view. page
count is on screen on the status line at all times. on-screen notepad files are
automatically time stamped each time you open them. Use the Edit Find command
to quickly find every note you ever wrote on that character, that scene, etc.
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How do I know
if Script Wizard is right for me?
If you can answer
"yes" to 3 of the following 6 questions, you are sure to be happy with your
purchase of Script Wizard...
Do you currently have and use
Microsoft Word for Windows 6.0, 7.0 97, 2000 or XP?
Do you use,
or plan to use Word for Windows for other writing jobs besides scripts?
Do you want to be working with state of the art editing and
proofing tools at all times?
Do you write or expect to be writing
scripts for more than one medium (e.g. features, television, videos, etc.)?
Have you tried a stand-alone program and been unhappy with
Do you need or expect to spend under $200 for your script
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