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If you're writing a novel and submitting to agents, they will expect a title page on your manuscript. This includes the title of your novel, a subheading, e.g. 'A thriller' and your name 'By Marc TheMaster'. It will also have number of words and your name, address and contact details. If you get/have an agent, this title page will have the contact details of your agency. This is front matter and Scrivener provides a sample in the novel template.
At the end of your book, you may want to add an author's note (as mentioned by other posters, please check out my other books), dedications to all the people that helped along the way. This is back matter.
You probably won't want your front and back matter formatted in the same way as the rest of you MS e.g. TNR 12pt Double Spaced. So, Scrivener provides the option to add these separately and format them in a completely different style.
If you're getting to grips with the compile on Scrivener 3, go and watch Literature and Latte's own videos on YouTube. They'll move you along a lot faster than any text document will. They're amazing.
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