Christian Cantrell writes sci-fi thrillers full of cutting-edge technology.
Using styles to format your Scrivener projects can save you a lot of time, and ensure more consistent formatting.
Scrivener lets you choose your favorite font settings in the Editor, but also lets you set defaults for new projects, and custom fonts for any project.
The first in a series of articles about how to customize the Scrivener Editor, this article discusses setting up the Editor space.
Annik Lafarge's latest book is Chasing Chopin: A Musical Journey Across Three Centuries, Four Countries, and a Half-Dozen Revolutions. "I honestly don't think I could have written this book without Scrivener."
Quick Reference windows let you view a different part of your Scrivener project in a small window, in addition to what you see in the main Editor window.