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Category Archives: Writing Software
By Melanie Anne Phillips This video shows you around my StoryWeaver Story Development Software. Need personalized story development help? Click below to learn about my story consulting service:
Quick answer: You can copy and paste text from any Word document into any question in Dramatica. But, having said that, there is no reason to import a complete story or Word document into Dramatica. Dramatica is not a word … Continue reading
Beat Writer’s Block with Idea Spinner – my new tool for writers! Idea Spinner, my newest product for writers, is being released today for just $19.95. Starting with your initial concept, Idea Spinner sidesteps creative block and helps you quickly … Continue reading
A streaming video tutorial of the Dramatica Pro Help System is now available! The Help System Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Software Tutorial Part 3 – Theory Tutorial
A user’s email about StoryWeaver and Dramatica: “I want to thank you for creating StoryWeaver — and Dramatica Theory, as well. I’ve been dabbling in Dramatica and Dramatica Story Expert software for several months now. I’m so impressed with it’s … Continue reading
Click on the links to see streaming video demonstrations of the StoryGuide: The Story Guide Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Navigation Part 3 – The HelpView System Part 4 – Answering Questions Part 5 – HelpView in Action Part 6 – Answering Structural Questions … Continue reading
In this initial episode, we begin on the Dramatica Desktop and take a brief look at each feature on it. First up, the StoryGuide…
For most monitors, StoryWeaver text is a good, readable size in Windows. But, on some higher resolution monitors, it can be hard to read. While there is no font size adjustment in StoryWeaver, here is a work-around that really works! … Continue reading