Scrivener 3: Save Time by Automating Formatting with Styles
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- Work productively with styles in Scrivener
- Save time when formatting content
- Create semantically marked up content ready for fast compiling
- You should have at least a basic understanding of what Scrivener is and what it does
- Access to the Mac version of Scrivener 3, full or trial version is fine
Whether you’re an experienced user of a previous version of Scrivener, new to version 3 of Scrivener, or you just want to hone your writing skills, this class is for you.
In this class you’ll learn how to be more productive in Scrivener, making Scrivener work for you not feeling it's working against you. We’ll cover everything from learning what styles are and understanding how Scrivener implements them, to completely customizing styles for your specific requirements to make the time you spend in Scrivener not only more effective but a complete joy!
You'll finally be able to stop fighting the formatting and concentrate on your content.
Here's exactly what you get:
- A series of videos containing concise, straight to the point, instructions of how to make styles work for you in transforming how you work in the Scrivener editor
- Download of a Scrivener file containing all the styles created in this course
- Download of a style library for you to customize for your own work
You can use my template to create your very own style library for your next project to make formatting your work faster than ever before.
While this course assumes no prior detailed knowledge of Scrivener a passing familiarity with the interface and functionality of the app would be beneficial.
- Content creators wanting to work faster in Scrivener by using styles
- Users upgrading from version 2 of Scrivener to version 3
This lesson clarifies what a style actually is and what elements of formatting styles can contain.
This lesson illustrates the concept of compiling and details how editing formats need not impact final compiled output.
This lesson demonstrates the difference between styles in version 3 of Scrivener and the formatting presets of previous versions.
This lesson provides tips and tricks for naming styles to maximise their usefulness.
Are you ready to get started creating your own Style Library?
To give you the best start download the attached file, unzip it and open it with Scrivener 3. You'll find a series of folders and scrivenings containing the styles I used in this course. All you need to do is format the text as you prefer and create a new style definition for each style you want to add to your Style Library.