The Essential Scrivener Guide| A Novelists Tutorial
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The Essential Scrivener Guide| A Novelists Tutorial

Everything you need to know to use Scrivener in the novel writing process.
4.3 (28 ratings)
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Created by Programming Tut
Last updated 10/2017
English
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This course includes
  • 32 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Use the Scrivener program with ease, taking advantage of its essential functions.
Requirements
  • You will need the Scrivener software
Description

Scrivener is a widely used writing application. Many high ranking authors have used the program which has only further boosted its fame. My course aims to teach you only the essential needs for writing a novel using Scrivener. I do provide you with tips and extra features that can be used to aid you in your pursuit. However, this isn't a course consisting of a video per button. This course aims to cut out all the unnecessary features that don't directly affect your writing or story making process. What I provided is a time saving tutorial after which you can use Scrivener like an experienced author, spending more time on your masterpiece.

Who this course is for:
  • This course is targeted towards aspiring authors who want to learn how to use Scrivener.
Course content
Expand 8 lectures 32:14
+ Introduction
8 lectures 32:14
The Scenes/places Corkboard
04:07
Template Sheets
04:01
The Research Tab and Formats
05:59
Compiling your Novel
03:48
Conclusion
01:02