Bela Lampert

Optioned Screenwriter
Yoga Instructor

How to Create Your Fade In Title Page with Bookmarks

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Title Page Bookmarks in Fade In

In Fade in, the title page is treated as a separate, fully editable document by itself. To access and edit it, go to “Document – Title Page”.

You see these little red squares next to the elements of your title page.

Fade In Title PageThose are title page bookmarks. The use of those bookmarks is optional, but useful if you also want to use that information in your header, footer, or when exporting your script to a pdf.

That means the information you enter here on your title page will be handed to the header or footer where you enter the corresponding placeholder automatically and if you change it on the title page the changes will be reflected automatically on all other pages where you use it.

You can use the following bookmarks:

Title

This is of course the title of your screenplay

Subtitle

This is your subtitle, for example if you’re writing an episodic television show, this would be your episode title.

Author

That’s you in most cases.

The copyright attribution, such as “Copyright (c) (Year)”.

Contact

Your contact details: address, phone and/or email information.

Draft

The version of your current screenplay, for example “First Draft” or “Second Draft”.

If you need bookmarks to refer to text on multiple lines, for example your mailing address, separate the lines with SHIFT+ENTER.