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Don Hollway wrote:I'm a struggling author and Scrivener "test driver." I've been bouncing around various Mac word processors (Word, Nisus, Pages) but keep coming back to Word because of its outlining ability.
Fri Aug 24, 2007 10:19 pm Post
druid wrote:I have nearly stopped using Word, since Bean is great for letters, memos and reports.
Fri Aug 24, 2007 11:48 pm Post
druid wrote: You will discover that the outliner in Scrivener is superior. It's called the Binder, the far left-hand pane. Each file is a single project. Drag all the bits and pieces of that project into the Binder. Arrange them in story order and begin to develop sections or chapters. See the Edit menu for ways to split and combine pieces, though drag-and-drop work as well. I have nearly stopped using Word, since Bean is great for letters, memos and reports.
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