We’re continuing the #52WeeksOfScrivener series today by working our way through the Inspector window. Last week we talked about the different things that can be done with Meta-Data. Today: Snapshots. As writers, we are forced to make decisions every day. Which characters will live, which will fall in love, which will be successful in their […]
Today we’re exploring how to make use of custom meta-data in Scrivener.
To keep just the research I need at hand for this particular chapter, I can add it to my bookmarks.
Today, on the 4th installment of my #52WeeksOfScrivener Challenge, we dive into the Notes of your document.
We’re continuing the #52WeeksOfScrivener series today with a little vocabulary lesson. As I sat down and planned out what I wanted to write about during my 52 Weeks Of Scrivener, it occurred to me that having a basic grasp of Scrivener vocabulary makes it a lot easier to talk about the software. For instance, instead […]
If the total word count listed in your Word Count Tracker doesn’t match the word count at the bottom of the screen, try this.