I've been reading a website on how to write a script, and I've been writing one as I went along. Unlike a novel, paragraphs aren't placed on every other line. For example, when adding dialogue, it tells you to go down two spaces, then enter the dialogue. My question is this. If you press 'Enter' once and it brings you to a new page, do you press 'Enter' again, or will the dialogue start at the top of the new page, despite there not being enough empty lines between that piece of text and the one before it? Also, when it says "go down two lines", does this mean pressing 'Enter' twice, or does it actually mean have two empty lines between text A and text B? I hope I've made sense. If I haven't, feel free to call me out on it. Thanks in advance!