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Jack of all trades? The saying continues: master of none. But Scrivener not only provides scopes for 'all trades', its sophistication also allows the user to 'master' the process. There are two parts to this series of posts. Basic tools common to all applications of Scrivener Specific strategies for writer types and projects Basic Scrivener tools If you are new to Scrivener, I highly recommend you take my (free) 14-day Scrivener course. I've been using...

Layout options galore Having acquired control over the font for your current project, the next important topic is the layout onscreen. How do you want your text to look in the Editing pane? (We'll discuss how it looks when you output to PDF, eBook or paperback in the series on Compile which follows this series of posts.) This is an example of how your novel may look, using Scrivenings, in the Editing pane. A...