Unable to import Word document for narration text
When you create a Story or Script, you can import script text that you have written outside of the Screencast-O-Matic application.
You can only import script text in the form of a plain text .txt file. You can create a .txt file using Microsoft Notepad, Apple TextEdit, or another basic text editor.
If you wrote your script in Google Documents or Microsoft Word, simply copy and paste the text from that application into a .txt. file and be sure special characters are formatted correctly. Each paragraph, or section of text with a carriage return before and after it within the .txt file will be imported into a separate section of your script.
For example, this text file:
Will look like this when it is imported into a Story using the storyboard view:
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