What goes in, needs to come back out. Whether we import scripts or type them from scratch, sometimes they need to be exported. The Export Script selection. Supported filetypes How to import a script when creating you project How to import a script Step 1: Export Your Adobe Story Script as a PDF. To print your script, select the ‘Print/PDF’ option from the Options menu, or click the Print icon in the upper-right corner of the script editor.
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