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Today’s Story Empire topic:
Discover layouts in Scrivener, how they are used, the Layout Manager, and tips for navigating your writing project development.
Hello to all the Story Empire readers! As promised in my last post regarding Scrivener and book series development, today we’ll take a look at using layouts. This is a handy feature within Scrivener that can keep you on track as you journey from those early ideas to typing “The End.”
What’s a Layout?
First let’s look at what a layout is in Scrivener. When you first open the program, what you see is a layout. It is the visual settings and features that are turned on in the software that you can use to work on your manuscript. But you don’t always need everything turned on (though you might prefer it, but that’s up to you). Instead, you can turn the Binder and the Inspector…
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