August 2016

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I've not posted in a while, but I have a great excuse: I've been busy compiling with Scrivener and now have three versions of the same manuscript: EDITING The RedPen Way. I've learnt much much more about the power of Scrivener in the past three weeks, but the best bit (there are so many best bits!) is the flexibility of output. I explain below why I had three different forms of output, and I'll...

This week, I’ve been focusing on Scrivener Links. On Tuesday, I explained how to create Scrivener Links that allow a reader to jump from one part of my ebook or Kindle version to another. On Thursday, the focus was on Scrivener Links that take the reader to a website. This posting tackles how to set up the links within the table of contents (TOC). Table of Contents (TOC) All books need a table...

This week, I’m focusing on Scrivener Links. On Tuesday, I explained how to create Scrivener Links that allow a reader to jump from one part of my ebook or Kindle version to another. Today, the focus is on Scrivener Links that take the reader to a website. The next posting will then tackle how to set up the links within the table of contents (TOC). P If you have any questions...

This week I'm focusing on Scrivener Links: Links that allow a reader to jump from one part of my ebook or Kindle version to another That takes the reader to a website Links within the table of contents (TOC) Let's start with the simplest. Part 1 of 3 Scrivener Links within a manuscript In my EDITING the RedPen Way, I have a section towards the end which offers tips for using digital techniques to...