8 Scrivener Tools That Can Help You Today

Are you making the best use of Scrivener’s features? Good info! 👍

Story Empire

As I mentioned in my last post about Scrivener, I’ve begun writing my next book, The White Arrow. There are several tools in Scrivener that I use to help me while I write much like having a screwdriver or hammer with me while I repair something around the house. There are 8 tools you can use via Scrivener’s Inspector to help you as you write your rough draft depending on what you need to do. But first, you need to turn on the Inspector and you can do that by clicking View, sliding to Layout and click Inspector from the fly-out menu.

Turn-On the Inspector

Most all users of Scrivener are very familiar with the Binder which appears on the left when turned on. This is a great visual tool for managing your content structure and re-organizing it as necessary (structural editing, if you will). However, there are set…

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2 thoughts on “8 Scrivener Tools That Can Help You Today

  1. I still need to take the time to watch more tutorials on all of Scrivner’s features! I love the program already, but know there’s so much more to learn about it in order to use it the way it was meant to be used – which is far more efficiently than I’m doing, I’m sure! LOL

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    1. There is ALWAYS something new to learn about Scrivener… so many bells and whistles – I love it! I used Quoll before Scrivener and it was good, but limited. Still, I don’t know how I got anything done in WORD. I can barely type a letter using it now! LMAO!

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