Adobe Story is a script writing tool. It has a unique combination of features which is not present in any competing application. As you use Story you will become familiar with these features. So without further ado, let me get to how one can get started. Really, it’s a piece of cake.
Now if you don’t have an Adobe ID you will need to create one. Here is how to do it:
Click on the sign up button:
This will load the sign up dialog:
In this dialog, you can choose to Sign up either for Story or for all the CS Live Services. Choose either one to see the Create Adobe ID page:
Here, click on Create Adobe ID:
On the next screen supply the details and click continue:
If everything goes well you should see the thank you screen.
You should now receive two emails. One welcoming you to Adobe Story and the other asking you to verify your email address. Verifying the address is essential. Here is how the verification mail looks like:
Click on the verification link to go to the verification page. You may be required to type in your Login credentials on the page that you see. Either directly or after having supplied the login credentials,you should get a message saying that your email address has been verified successfully.
Clicking on the get started link will take you back to the Story Login page.
This is how your Project View will look like:
Project view is the area where you can see all your scripts and projects. The hierarchy goes like this:
Category -> Project -> Group -> Document
Categories can contain many Projects. Projects contain groups for different kinds of documents. Groups contain the respective type of document.
Categories are listed on the left hand column. You will see a category named All Projects by default. It will have a sample project inside it. Contents of a project are listed on the right hand side view. The most important group is the one named Scripts.
At this stage you may want to look around the sample content. Just double click on the script named Paladin Script. After a few loading messages it should open the Authoring view.
This is the view where you write your stuff.
You can always go back to the projects view by clicking on the PROJECTS link besides the home icon on the top of your Story screen.Similarly you can come back to the authoring view by clicking on the AUTHORING link. The number in front of AUTHORING represents the number of documents open in the Authoring view.
To create a new script simply go to the File menu and choose new or press the New button(it has a green plus icon) from the project view.
That’s it for now. I hope you like Adobe Story. We are always looking for more feedback to make it the best Script writing application. Cheers!