Scrivener 3 | Full Course How To Use Scrivener 3 For Windows

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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.48 GB | Duration: 7h 11m
What you'll learn
How to open a project and customize your Scrivener workspaces
Toggle between Scrivener’s Text Editing Mode, Cork Board Mode, Outlining Mode and Compose and how to use each of them.
Split your Scrivener screen to have two documents or two versions of the same document open at once.
Manage your files and folders, and importing your content from another writing application
Compile your work for export to your agent, as a paperback or as an eBook right inside your Scrivener software.
How to download some tools so that you can preview your content before you send it out.
Customize your visual preferences for the Scrivener user interface as well as the cork board feature
Import directly into Scrivener from a mind map application
Keep track of tasks via the comments, notes and annotations features in the Scrivener inspector pane
Back up and sync your Scrivener projects to Dropbox and work directly from Dropbox if you want to switch between computers
Requirements
Students need to have downloaded Scrivener 3 for Windows. This course is for Scrivener 3 for Mac. As the software changed considerably when it updated from Scrivener 2.8 these instructions are not compatible with older versions of Scrivener)
Description
Not intended for use with Scrivener 1 for WindowsDo you want to know how to use Scrivener to make your writing life that much easier? Well Scrivener is not nearly as hard to learn as you have been lead to believe. I highly recommend binge watching the first four hours so that you have a good understanding of what Scrivener is capable of.The ESSENTIALS section will take you on a complete walkthrough of how Scrivener works with plenty of real examples, a thorough explanation of the regions of the user interface and arrows pointing directly at the buttons mentioned in the transcript making it easy to find them. Once you know the basics you can go back, dig in to the Scrivener features that suit your writing style best and start creating your awesome content. If you forget how to use a Scrivener feature you can pop back and watch its clearly labeled lecture again. This may be all you ever need to know.Once your project is underway you can go on to investigate some really cool Scrivener features in the EXPLORING FURTHER section of this course. These are not advanced or in any way more difficult to learn than the basics; just optional. You can watch all the videos and decide if you want to use them, or browse through the curriculum and choose features that will be helpful in your own writing.Here's what an early reviewer had to say: There's a famous quote, "If I had more time, I would have written a shorter letter." Karen Prince did take that time and delivered a course that is succinct and thorough. You'll be a master with Scrivener when you're finished. Out of the 50 to 60 courses I've purchased on multiple subjects here on Udemy, this is hands down the best! Thank you to the author! ~ Robert Sandstrom

Overview

Section 1: INTRODUCTION

Lecture 1 Welcome

Section 2: SETTING UP YOUR PROJECT

Lecture 2 Opening a New Project

Lecture 3 Menus + Customizing Your Toolbars

Lecture 4 Default, Dark Mode or a Theme

Lecture 5 An Overview of the User Interface and View Modes

Lecture 6 Setting Your Font Style

Lecture 7 Setting Your Language and Spelling

Section 3: HOW THE BINDER WORKS

Lecture 8 Creating and Arranging Files and Folders

Lecture 9 The Default Folders in the Binder

Lecture 10 Changing Files, Folders and Icons

Lecture 11 How to Import Documents and Research Material Into Your Scrivener Project.

Lecture 12 Doing a Basic Search

Section 4: HOW THE EDITOR WORKS.

Lecture 13 Single Document and Scrivenings Mode

Lecture 14 Freewriting

Lecture 15 Distraction Free Composition Mode

Lecture 16 How the Cork Board Works

Lecture 17 How the List Style Outliner View Works

Lecture 18 How to Split Your Editing Window in Two

Lecture 19 Quick Reference Panels

Lecture 20 Page Layout View

Section 5: INSPECTOR MENU FUNCTIONS

Lecture 21 Bookmarks

Lecture 22 Metadata

Lecture 23 Snapshots

Lecture 24 Comments and Footnotes

Lecture 25 Labels and Status Stamps

Section 6: COMPILING YOUR BOOK FOR EXPORT (Basic)

Lecture 26 The Front and Back Matter Folders

Lecture 27 An Overview of the Compile Menu

Lecture 28 Setting up Your Own Section Types for a Blank Template

Lecture 29 Compiling a Manuscript, a Paperback or an Ebook

Lecture 30 Compiling Enumerated or Indented Outlines

Lecture 31 How to preview your eBook Before Publishing

Section 7: EXPLORING FURTHER

Lecture 32 Arrange Your Documents by Label

Lecture 33 Import From MS Word Automatically Split into Sections

Lecture 34 Splitting A Document into Sections Manually

Lecture 35 Importing From a Mind Map Application

Lecture 36 Transferring Text between Binder Documents

Lecture 37 Applying Formatting Styles to Your Documents

Lecture 38 Adding Links to Your Documents

Lecture 39 Setting Project Word Count Targets

Lecture 40 All the Search Tools

Lecture 41 Collections

Lecture 42 Dialogue Focus

Lecture 43 Word Frequency Checker

Lecture 44 Character Name Generator

Lecture 45 Revision Mode

Lecture 46 The Simple Way I do Most of My Revisions

Lecture 47 Scriptwriting Mode

Lecture 48 Backing up and Synchronizing with Dropbox

Lecture 49 Working With Sound and Transcripts

Lecture 50 Customizing The Appearance of the User Interface

Lecture 51 Customizing The Appearance of Your Cork Board

Section 8: COMPILING FOR EXPORT - CREATING YOUR OWN COMPILE FORMAT PRESETS

Lecture 52 Setting up a Preset

Lecture 53 Customizing the Formatting for Your Preset

Lecture 54 Quick Demo - Creating a Preset With Multiple Folder Hirarchy

Lecture 55 Applying the Correct Spacers to Your Preset

Lecture 56 Customizing Your Page Size and Other Page Settings

Anyone wishing to learn how to use Scrivener 3 writing software to write:,A novel or a series, non fiction books, a dissertation or a research proposal,Any kind of transcript for movies, gaming development or even their own videos that they plan to use here on Udemy or share to social media sites,And of course anyone gathering research and writing a blog,Also useful for Internet Marketers who want to organize their whole campaign from sales letters to scheduled emails


 

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