Here is the way I think about it.

1. Make or modify a script

2. Create the art for the script

a. PowerPoint

b. Paint.NET

c. …

3. Publish the script in Touch Develop

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4. Click on the “script name” to get options to export

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5. Click the “Windows 8” button below the text “export script to app”. is selected)

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6. Fill in the fields your prompted to when kicking off export

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7. Click I agree once all the fields are filled out

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8. Click the create button

9. Download your app by clicking on the “Download app now” link. This will download a zip file with your app in a Visual Studio project.

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10. Extract the files from the zip into a directory

11. Double click on the .sln (this is the Visual Studio solution) to open the Solution in Visual Studio

12. Once opened hit CTRL+W, S to open the Solution Explorer Windows

13. Right Click on your project (probably called TD app) and select “Store” and then “Create App Packages…”

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14. Login to the live ID/Microsoft ID you used to create you Windows Store account by clicking “Sign In”

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15. Login into the Window Store (aka.ms/MSStoreReg) (case matters)

16. Select Submit app

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17. Name your app by clicking on app name

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18. Name your app

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19. Pick your new app name in Visual Studio and click “Next”

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20. Click “Create”

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