Movie Magic Screenwriter 6 and Mac Screenwriter 6.5 do not currently support adding images to the document. However, you may create the title page in Microsoft Word, Pages, or the like, print the title page to a PDF, then add the PDF title page to the PDF version of the Screenwriter document.
ON THE MAC
1) CREATE THE TITLE PAGE
- Open the word processor, for example Micorsoft Word.
- Create the title page and add the image.
- Use Apple's built in PDF technology to create the PDF by selecting the File > Print menu command.
- Use the macOS native "Save as PDF…" option (or Previewing then printing to PDF)
2) CREATE THE PDF OF THE SCRIPT
- In Screenwriter, print the script to PDF from Screenwriter using the File > Export to > Adobe Acrobat PDF (.pdf) command. Make certain the Export Title Page option is un-selected.
- As an alternative to File > Export, you may use the File >Print command. Make certain the Print Title Page option is un-selected.
Use Apple's "Save as PDF" option to create the PDF.
3) COMBINE THE SCRIPT WITH THE TITLE PAGE
- Open the PDF script document in Preview.
- Choose the View>Thumbnails command to display thumbnails of the pages along the left side of the window.
- While on the first page of the document, use Edit > Insert > Page from File.
- Select the title page PDF file and press Open to insert the title page into the PDF script document.
- Your title page may have been inserted as the second page instead of the first.
- If this is the case, click and drag the title page up to the position of the first page of the document.
- Use File > Save and you're done.
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