Wed May 15, 2019 5:17 am Post
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I hear you about hitting the shortcut for Project/Project Keywords. But what if I want to compile (export) discrete documents that are tagged with Keywords? Is there another, better alternative?
Tue May 21, 2019 8:44 pm Post
Wed May 22, 2019 1:00 pm Post
My understanding was that, according to the approach you’ve suggested, one can just summon Keyword-marked text selections using the Search function in the Keywords window, instead of having to set up / mange the clutter of Collections. Have I got that right?
So…how would you suggest that “mark” or “label” (in the broad sense – not necessarily using those tools!) Keyword-marked text selections so that they contain the subject’s name? I just want to ensure that my colleagues and I know who’s speaking in Keyword-organizated text passages. What approach would you suggest?
BTW, I’d love to have Scrivner 3.0, but unfortunately I can’t update my Mac OS given the age of my laptop…
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AmberV wrote:Consider that textual prefixes can broaden labels as well. You can have “src:Rosy” and “topic:Rivets”. Again labels are exclusive, but that approach can work for cases where you have different types of content in the binder, where some documents may only ever need to be exclusively assigned one topic or one source.
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