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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 ...

Which styles are essential? Which styles you will need - your set of essential styles - depends on what you are writing: fiction or non-fiction, a script, and so on. Essential styles For any document, there are various types of material: Headings Text Special features The special features might be for tables (the title, column headings and entries), figures (captions), extracts (quotations) and so on. A designer (you, if you are self-publishing!) never knows, until...

What's your learning style? As a teacher, I'm aware that students have different learning styles and, to meet their needs, it's important to present information in ways to suit these various learning styles. As a student, trying to learn Scrivener, for the best results, you also need to be aware of how best you learn. If you are happy working your way through an online tutorial, great! Literature and Latte provide this facility...