Contrary to what I had thought before, The Scriptwriters' Toolkit does indeed work on the more recent version of Microsoft Word, namely Word 2007 and Word 2010.
These are components of Office 2007 and Office 2010.
It does however require different installation procedures, so I have prepared Video tutorials available from YouTube, to show you how to do it.
A 'serial number' giving access to a free (to BCG members) copy of the Scriptwriters Toolkit is on page 2 of the following topic.
I've done some short video tutorials so far and they are very time consuming to do and it will need quite a few more to cover it thoroughly, so I'm presenting these ones first.
1, Installing the Scriptwriters' Toolkit on the hard disk for Windows XP.
2. Installing the Scriptwriters' Toolkit on the hard disk for Windows Vista or Windows 7
3. Activating the Scriptwriters' Toolkit on Microsoft Word 2002 (XP) or Word 2003
4. Activating the Scriptwriters' Toolkit on Microsoft Word 2007 ((office 2007).
The procedure is very similar for Word 2010 (Office 2010) and so you can probably work out how to activate it in Word 2010; a detailed video for Word 2010 is in preparation.
Using the Toolkit
These videos are done with Windows XP and Word 2003, but the procedures are very similar for Windows7 with Word 2007/2010, so users with later software should still be able to use these tutorials.
5. Starting a fresh script with MS Word 2003/XP
6. Continuing your script, scene changes etc. with MS Word 2003/XP