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 +<- [[story_files|Story Files]] --------- [[editing_passages|Editing Passages]]->​
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 =====Story Map====== =====Story Map======
 When you edit your story in Twine, most of the window is taken up by your **story map**. Each [[passage]] in your story is shown as a box, with [[link]]s between passages shown as lines between the boxes. When you edit your story in Twine, most of the window is taken up by your **story map**. Each [[passage]] in your story is shown as a box, with [[link]]s between passages shown as lines between the boxes.
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 You can drag your passages in any arrangement you like on your story map; it won't affect what the output file will look like. You can also cut, copy, and paste passages as you would with any other application. To select more than one passage at a time, hold down the Shift key as you click on them, or create a rectangular selection box by dragging your mouse across an empty part of the story map. You can drag your passages in any arrangement you like on your story map; it won't affect what the output file will look like. You can also cut, copy, and paste passages as you would with any other application. To select more than one passage at a time, hold down the Shift key as you click on them, or create a rectangular selection box by dragging your mouse across an empty part of the story map.
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 +<- [[story_files|Story Files]] --------- [[editing_passages|Editing Passages]]->​
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