Another common question: "How should I print my script?"
The simple answer is that you want your script to look professionally typed. Therefore, your options are typing or, if you're using a computer, printed with a laser printer, daisy-wheel printer (a daisy-wheel printer is, essentially, a computer controlled typewriter...there aren't very many around any more), or with a 24-pin dot-matrix printer, bubble-jet printer or an ink-jet printer set to high quality mode, not draft mode.
Once you've got a good, clean printed copy, make additional copies with a high quality copier.
If you're using Scriptware, you can print any number of copies at one time (it'll take a little longer than going to a your local copy shop, but it'll cost less and save you a trip).