If you cut and paste, moving a scene up towards the top from someplace in the middle… be damn sure you proofread to make sure you haven’t make a mistake or forgotten something.
When you put a scene in a new spot, the content of that scene affects all the scenes that come after it, AND the meaning of the scene, or a tiny piece of the scene, may no longer work due to the new placement.
So beware moving stuff around. These are not identical tiles like on a bathroom floor. They can move, yes, but you better check to make sure you have not cut your own throat when you weren’t looking.
You can bet the person (development, actor, agent) who is reading it for the first time is going to be picking up on every detail. So should you, before you give it to them.
A word to the wise. How do I know this? I just was reading something I’ve been working on, and found a GIANT mistake after moving a scene. Whew.