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Course: Scrivener 3 for Mac: New Feature--Using Multiple Scrivener Project in Tabs

Scrivener 3 for Mac: New Feature--Using Multiple Scrivener Project in Tabs

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About this Course

You can do a lot with just one Scrivener Project--especially with Scrivener 3’s new and enhanced features; but using multiple Scrivener Projects at one time can turbocharge its power and flexibility. 

In this course, you will learn:

  • How and why to use multiple Scrivener project files
  • Use multiple Scrivener project files in tabs
  • Float Scrivener project files and Quick Reference Panels
  • Work in Full Screen Mode
  • Use Quick Reference Panels from multiple Projects at once
  • Move document files, folders and images from one project to another
  • Move text excerpts from one project to another
  • Use two Scrivener Projects in Compose mode
  • Use two screens in Compose mode for truly distraction free writing
  • Use two screens in Compose mode with one Scrivener Project
Basic knowledge
  • Have Scrivener 3 for Mac installed (can be the 30-day, free trial version)
  • Some experience with Scrivener of any version is helpful, but not required
What you will learn
  • Work efficiently by using multiple project files and quick reference panels
  • Use Bookmarks to Create a Scrivener Masterfile
  • Use Quick Reference Panels from multiple Projects at once
  • Use multiple Scrivener project files in tabs
  • Float Scrivener project files and Quick Reference Panels
  • Work in Mac's Full Screen Mode
  • Move document files, folders and images from one project to another
  • Move text excerpts from one project to another without using Cut and Paste
  • Use two Scrivener Projects in Compose mode
Curriculum
Number of Lecture: 14
Total Duration: 00:33:43
Using Multiple Project in Tabs
  • Working with Multiple Scrivener Projects  
  • Floating Windows  
  • Full Screen Mode  
  • Moving Images, Document Files and File Folders  
  • Moving Content from Project to Project  
  • Drag Selections of Text from Project to Project  
  • Moving Project Settings and Keywords from Project to Project  
  • Using Two Scrivener Projects in Compose Mode  
Create a Scrivener File Management System
  • Part One: Set up your File Directory  
  • Bookmarks for Related Projects  
  • Part One, Step One  
  • Part Two, Step Two  
  • Part Two, Final Step  
  • Wrap Up  
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