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Old 01-13-19, 01:21 PM
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How to keep script safe?

I'm new to the film industry and got a new role to play and I'm a very clumsy person. I tend to spill water and drinks quite often. I'm afraid I might spill on the script as well.


What's the best way to keep my script safe?
I'm thinking of converting the script to PDF then read it using Document Writer. It has a highlighting feature, I can easily highlight my lines.. I'm not sure. Please suggest me something. I'm so confused!

Thanks!

Old 05-12-19, 11:30 AM
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Re: How to keep script safe?

I completely trust for Google security of Google Drive. You should also believe in the outstanding hack-free security of Google Drive and can save your documents into Google Doc.

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