Working with voice talent? If so, you may find that sending along a storyboard document as a recording script is a nice little timesaver. However, in my experience, that approach doesn't always scale well for more complex, branched projects because things get tricky when it comes time to match up audio clips to individual feedback layers in Storyline.
That's where this audio script format comes in handy. It's a Word doc with a simple 3 column table format. The first column is a space to record a reference number that coincides with the storyboard and/or .story file. The second column is for capturing the script that needs recording. And the third column is a space for calling out any pronunciation pointers to the voice talent and/or notes for yourself or a developer.
While a little time-consuming to set-up, using this format is a great way to ease SME approval of a script before it's recorded—and it saves you development time once you get that audio back from the voice talent since every clip is clearly mapped to its place in your course.