I’m calling it quits on the 52 Weeks of Scrivener. But I wrote 41 in-depth pieces on the topic. Here’s a wrap-up for all my Scrivener nerds out there.
This little-known Scrivener trick saves me a lot of grief. It’s called “Lock in Place,” which is a fine name, but it does beg a little explanation.
At the top left of your Scrivener window, there’s a button that allows you to choose from seven different screen layouts.
To open the Scrivener Outline View, simply click on the little icon at the top of the screen that has four horizontal blue lines.
There are 3 ways to insert Scrivener footnotes in your writing. To do any of them, you start by placing your cursor where you want the footnote to appear.
To access the Scrivener Dictionary & Thesaurus, just control-click, go to Writing Tools -> Look Up in Dictionary and Thesaurus.