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Project formats lead the way This blog post is the final one in a series all pointing to the fact that the role of a project format is to provide one of your many routes out of Compile. For a single manuscript, you can set up numerous project formats, each one serving a different purpose and/or a different end recipient. Here, I explain how, referring back to the previous posts which provide...

Formidable formatting made fun! Formatting is one of the most misunderstood features of Scrivener. Second only to Compile! I often hear of writers switching to Word or Vellum, rather than use the tools in Scrivener. So this post explains the extent of formatting available. It's the first of a series and I hope this series will persuade you to stay in Scrivener - and then, also, to stay with Scrivener for compiling ...