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Mastering Celtx™ by Terry Borst

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Chapter 7. Reports

In Chapter 3, “Project Navigation, Library, Notes, and Media,” you looked at how to annotate a script, and in Chapters 5, “Script Breakdowns and Catalogs,” and 6, “Reinventing Project Scripting I,” you broke down a script and filled out catalogs.

You’re able to scroll through and study notes onscreen, and you’re able to filter catalogs to concentrate on props or computer-generated imagery (CGI) or whatever you need. You can review your character forms and scene details and begin to draft scenes.

But the need to easily distribute your breakdowns, notes, and partial and complete scripts remains. Whether the distribution is on paper or via a PDF, the people you work with (or for) need the fruit of your labors. Following are some ...

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