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Scrivener | Full Course on How to Write a Book in Scrivener

Scrivener is not nearly as hard to learn as you have been lead to believe. The first section of this course 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 features that suit your writing style best and start creating your awesome content. If you forget how to use a feature you can pop back and watch its clearly labeled lecture again. Once your project is underway you can go on to investigate some really cool features that you don’t necessarily need — but are fun to use — like customizing your work spaces, importing from mind map software or backing up and storing your projects to Dropbox in the cloud.


  • Over 45 lectures and 5 hours of content!
  • How to open a project and customize your Scrivener workspaces.
  • Toggle between Scrivener’s normal Text Editing Mode, Cork Board Mode and Outlining Mode and how to use each of them as well as how to use Scrivener’s distraction free Full Screen Mode.
  • Split your Scrivener screen to have two documents or two versions of the same document open at once.
  • Manage your files and folders, whether you are starting from scratch in Scrivener or want to import your content from another writing application pre-sorted into chapters or sections.
  • Make use of Scrivener’s editing tools like collections and snapshots (which takes a snap shot of the current state of a document so that you can revert to it if you don’t like your subsequent edits).
  • 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

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Scrivener | Compiling Your eBook for Export in Scrivener

  • Over 17 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
  • Understand the fundamental differences between formatting for an eBook and formatting for hard copy.
  • File size, aspect ratio and file type you will need for your book cover images.
  • Step by step instructions for formatting and compiling an ebook in Scrivener on both the Windows platform and Mac.
  • How to download applications to preview your ebook and preview your .epub and .mobi files on them.
  • How to add a prologue and epilogue to your compilation.
  • How to bundle several books together for export as a single eBook.
  • How to manually generate a clickable table of contents for your book.


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Scrivener | Back up to Dropbox and Jazz up Your Interface

This course is FREE over on Udemy because it is really important that you back up your work to the cloud!!

Never lose your hard earned work again. Dropbox is a cloud storage system that allows you to access data over the internet instead of using your computer’s hard drive. This means that you can back up your Scrivener projects inside your Dropbox account and access them from any of your other devices that have Scrivener installed even if your computer is lost or crashes.

I’ll show you how to open a Dropbox account and get your Scrivener software to redirect your backup folders to it. Then I’ll show you how to store your actual Scrivener projects on Dropbox so that you can switch between any of your computers that have scrivener installed whenever you want to work on your projects.

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