Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac

If you use Scrivener, it’s likely that you’re interested in maximizing your writing productivity. Scrivener is a powerful writing tool that gives you flexibility and control over almost every aspect of your writing. One of the best ways to speed up your writing workflow is to become a power user through the use of keyboard shortcuts. Below I’ve included a comprehensive list of Scrivener’s keyboard shortcuts for the Mac version of Scrivener.  

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac

  • ⌘ = Command Key (Apple Key)
  • ⌥ = Option Key (Alt Key)
  • ⇧ = Shift Key
  • ⌃ = Control Key
  • ↑ = Up Arrow Key
  • ↓ = Down Arrow Key
  • → = Right Arrow Key
  • ← = Left Arrow Key
  • ↩ = Return Key
  • ⎋ = ESC Key (or ESC)
  • ⇥ = Tab Key
  • ⌫ = Delete Key

Shortcut List

SCRIVENER

  • Preferences ⌘,
  • Hide Scrivener ⌘H
  • Hide Others ⌥⌘H
  • Quit Scrivener ⌘Q

FILE

  • New Project ⇧⌘N
  • Open… ⌘O
  • Close Project ⇧⌘W
  • Close Project and Clear Interface Settings ⌥⇧⌘W
  • Close Window ⌘W
  • Save ⌘S
  • Save and Rebuild Search Indexes ⌥⌘S
  • Save As… ⇧⌘S
  • Import > Files… ⇧⌘I
  • Import > Web Page… ⌥⌘W
  • Export > Files… ⇧⌘E
  • Page Setup… ⇧⌘P
  • Print Current Document… ⌘P
  • Compile Draft… ⌥⌘E

EDIT

  • Undo ⌘Z
  • Redo ⇧⌘Z
  • Cut ⌘X
  • Copy ⌘C
  • Copy Special > Copy without Comments and Footnotes ⌥⇧⌘C
  • Paste ⌘V
  • Paste and Match Style ⌥⇧⌘V
  • Select All ⌘A
  • Select Current Text ⌥⌘A
  • Complete ⌥⎋
  • Complete Document Title ⌃⎋
  • Insert > Line Break ⌥⌘↩
  • Insert > Bookmark Annotation ⇧⌘B
  • Insert > Current Date & Time ⌥⇧⌘D
  • Scrivener Link > New Link… ⌘L
  • Find > Find… ⌘F
  • Find > Find Next ⌘G
  • Find > Find Previous ⇧⌘G
  • Find > Use Selection for Find ⌘E
  • Find > Jump to Selection ⌘J
  • Find > Project Search ⌃⌥F
  • Find > Find by Formatting… ⌃⌥⌘F
  • Find > Find Next Formatting ⌥⇧⌘G
  • Find > Find Previous Formatting ⌃⌥⌘G
  • Spelling and Grammar > Show Spelling and Grammar ⌘:
  • Spelling and Grammar > Check Document Now ⌘;
  • Spelling and Grammar > Check Spelling While Typing ⌘\
  • Special Characters ⌥⌘T

Scrivener Resources

VIEW

  • Document/Scrivenings ⌘1
  • Corkboard ⌘2
  • Outline ⌘3
  • Zoom > Zoom In ⇧⌘>
  • Zoom > Zoom Out ⇧⌘<
  • Go To > Previous Document ⌥⌘↑
  • Go To > Next Document ⌥⌘↓
  • Go To > Enclosing Group ⌃⌘R
  • Go To > Editor Selection ⌘4
  • Layout > Show/Hide Binder ⌥⌘B
  • Layout > Show/Hide Inspector ⌥⌘I
  • Layout > No Split ⌘’
  • Layout > Split Horizontally ⌥⌘=
  • Layout > Split Vertically ⌘”
  • Layout > Show Layouts ⇧⌘)
  • Editor > Lock in Place ⌥⌘L
  • Editor > Forward in Document History ⌘]
  • Editor > Backward in Document History ⌘[
  • Editor > Other Editor > Forward in History ⌥⌘]
  • Editor > Other Editor > Backward in History ⌥⌘[
  • Editor > Other Editor > Scroll Up ⌃⌥⌘↑
  • Editor > Other Editor > Scroll Down ⌃⌥⌘↓
  • Media > Play Media FIle ⌘↩
  • Media > Fast Forward ⌥⌘}
  • Media > Rewind ⌥⌘{
  • Page View > Show/Hide Page View ⌥⇧⌘P
  • Corkboard > Show Pins ⌃⌘P
  • Corkboard > Show Stamps ⌃⌘S
  • Corkboard > Show Keyword Colors ⌃⌘K
  • Move Focus To > (Next Pane) ⌃⇥This menu item cycles left to right through Binder, Left/Top Editor, Right/Bottom Editor, changing to the next target.
  • Move Focus To > Binder ⌃⌥⌘B
  • Move Focus To > (Left/Bottom) Editor ⌃⌥⌘E
  • Move Focus To > Right/Top/Supporting Editor ⌃⌥⌘R
  • Inspect > Synopsis ⌃⌥⌘I
  • Inspect > Notes ⌃⌥⌘H
  • Inspect > References ⌃⌥⌘N
  • Inspect > Keywords ⌃⌥⌘J
  • Inspect > Custom Meta-Data ⌃⌥⌘M
  • Inspect > Snapshots ⌃⌥⌘M
  • Inspect > Comments and Footnotes ⌃⌥⌘K
  • Outline > Expand All ⌘9
  • Outline > Collapse All ⌘0
  • Outline > Previous Container ⌃⌥↑
  • Outline > Next Container ⌃⌥↓
  • Reveal in Binder ⌥⌘R
  • Enter/Exit Full Screen [OS 10.7 (Lion)+ Only] ⌃⌘F
  • Enter/Exit Composition Mode ⌥⌘FYou can also use ⎋ to exit composition mode if this option is selected in Scrivener > Preferences:Compose.

PROJECT

  • New Text ⌘N
  • New Folder ⌥⌘N
  • New From Template > (First Template Document) ⌥⇧⌘NIf you set a Template Folder, this shortcut is applied to the top document in the folder
  • Show/Hide Project Targets ⇧⌘T
  • Text Statistics ⌃⌥⌘S
  • Project Statistics ⌥⇧⌘S
  • Project Notes ⌥⌘P
  • Show/Hide Project Keywords ⌥⇧⌘H
  • Meta-Data Settings… ⌥⌘,

DOCUMENTS

  • Open > in (Left/Bottom) Editor ⌥⌘O
  • Open > in Right/Top/Other Editor ⇧⌘O
  • Open > With All Subdocuments > On Editor Corkboard ⌥⇧⌘O
  • Open > in External Editor ⌃⌘O
  • Snapshots > Take Snapshot ⌘5
  • Snapshots > Take Snapshot With Title ⇧⌘%
  • Snapshots > Show Changes > Next Change ⌃⌘]
  • Snapshots > Show Changes > Previous Change ⌃⌘[
  • Duplicate > with Subdocuments and Unique Title ⌘D
  • Duplicate > without Subdocuments ⇧⌘D
  • Set Selection as Title ⌥⇧⌘T
  • Move to Trash ⌘⌫
  • Split > at Selection ⌘K
  • Split > with Selection as Title ⌥⌘K
  • Merge ⇧⌘M
  • Group ⌥⌘G
  • Ungroup ⌥⌘U
  • Move > Left ⌃⌘←
  • Move > Right ⌃⌘→
  • Move > Up ⌃⌘↑
  • Move > Down ⌃⌘↓

FORMAT

  • Font > Show Fonts ⌘T
  • Font > Bold ⌘B
  • Font > Italic ⌘I
  • Font > Underline > Single ⌘U
  • Font > Strikethrough ⇧⌘_
  • Font > Bigger ⌘+
  • Font > Smaller ⌘-
  • Font > Show Colors ⇧⌘C
  • Font > Copy Font ⌥⌘C
  • Font > Paste Font ⌥⌘V
  • Text > Align Left ⌘{
  • Text > Center ⌘|
  • Text > Justify ⌥⌘|
  • Text > Align Right ⌘}
  • Text > Copy Ruler ⌃⌘C
  • Text > Paste Ruler ⌃⌘V
  • Lists > Next List Style ⌥⌘→
  • Lists > Previous List Style ⌥⌘←
  • Formatting > Copy Formatting ⌃⌥⌘C
  • Formatting > Paste Formatting ⌃⌥⌘P
  • Scriptwriting > Script Mode ⌘8
  • Scriptwriting > Show Script Elements Menu ⇧⌘Y
  • Show/Hide Ruler ⌘R
  • Show/Hide Format Bar ⇧⌘R
  • Highlight > Highlight ⇧⌘H
  • Comment ⇧⌘*
  • Footnote ⌃⌘8
  • Inline Annotation ⇧⌘A
  • Inline Footnote ⇧⌘F
  • Options > Typewriter Scrolling ⌃⌘T
  • Bibliography/Citations… ⌘Y

WINDOW

  • Minimize ⌘M
  • Minimize All ⌥⌘M
  • Zoom ⌃⌘-
  • Zoom All ⌃⌥⌘-
  • Zoom to Fit Screen ⌃⌘=
  • Layouts > Manage Layouts ⇧⌘)
  • Float QuickReference Panels ⌃⌘Q

Miscellaneous

  • Help ⇧⌘?
  • Open/Close Scratch Pad ⇧⌘↩The Scratch Pad hot key can be set in Scrivener > Preferences:General.

Inspector

  • Document/Project Notes ⌘6
  • Document/Project References ⌘6

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows

If you use Scrivener, it’s likely that you’re interested in maximizing your writing productivity. Scrivener is a powerful writing tool that gives you flexibility and control over almost every aspect of your writing. One of the best ways to speed up your writing workflow is to become a power user through the use of keyboard shortcuts. Below I’ve included a comprehensive list of Scrivener’s keyboard shortcuts for the Windows version of Scrivener.

 

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Windows Documents

  • Move Item Up: Ctrl+Up
  • Remove Item Shift+Del
  • Move Item Down: Ctrl+Down
  • Move Item Left: Ctrl+Left
  • Move Item Right: Ctrl+Right
  • Split At Selection: Ctrl+K
  • Split With Selection as name: Ctrl+Shift+K
  • Set Selection as name: F2
  • Duplicate Item With SubDocuments: Ctrl+D
  • Duplicate Item Without SubDocuments: Ctrl+Shift+D
  • Take Snapshot: Ctrl+5
  • Take Snapshot With name: Ctrl+Shift+5
  • Open in Editor: Ctrl+Shift+Return
  • Open in Other Editor: Ctrl+Alt+Return
  • Open In External Editor: Ctrl+F5
  • Group Selection: Ctrl+G
  • UnGroup Selection: Ctrl+Shift+U
  • Merge Documents: Ctrl+M

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Editing

  • Add Current To Completions: Ctrl+Alt+=
  • Show Spelling: Ctrl+8, B
  • Insert Image: Ctrl+Shift+H
  • Insert Current Date and Time: Ctrl+F6
  • Project Search: Ctrl+Shift+G
  • Undo: Ctrl+Z
  • Redo: Ctrl+Y
  • Cut: Ctrl+X
  • Copy: Ctrl+C
  • Paste: Ctrl+V
  • Select All: Ctrl+A
  • Find Dialog: Ctrl+F
  • Find Next: F3
  • Find Previous: Shift+F3
  • Replace And Find Next: Ctrl+H
  • Paste And Match Style: Ctrl+Shift+V
  • Find By Format Dialog: Ctrl+F3
  • Find Next By Format: Ctrl+Shift+F3
  • Find Previous By Format: Ctrl+Alt+F3
  • Complete Current Word: Alt+=
  • Complete Current name: Ctrl+Alt+4

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Files

  • New Project: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N
  • Open Project: Ctrl+O
  • Page Setup: Ctrl+Shift+P
  • Print: Ctrl+P
  • Close Project: Ctrl+F4
  • Save: Ctrl+S
  • Save As: Ctrl+Shift+S
  • Compile: Ctrl+Shift+E
  • Import Files: Ctrl+Shift+J
  • Import Web Page: Ctrl+Shift+W
  • Export Files: Ctrl+Shift+X

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Formatting

  • Toggle Invisibles: Ctrl+Shift+\
  • Toggle Ghost Notes: Ctrl+Shift+7
  • Show Citations: Ctrl+8, C
  • Toggle Ruler: Ctrl+Shift+R
  • Fonts: F4
  • Toggle FormatBar: Alt+Right
  • Toggle Typewriter Scrolling: Meta+Ctrl+T
  • Annotation: Ctrl+Shift+A
  • Footnote: Ctrl+Shift+F
  • Script Writing: Ctrl+4
  • Outlined: Ctrl+;
  • Script Elements Popup: Ctrl+\
  • Strike Through: Ctrl+Shift+-
  • Bold: Ctrl+B
  • Enlarge Font: Ctrl+>
  • Italic: Ctrl+I
  • Shrink Font: Ctrl+<
  • Underlined: Ctrl+U
  • Super Script: Ctrl+Alt+]
  • Sub Script: Ctrl+Alt+[
  • To name Case: Ctrl+6
  • To Smart Quotes: Ctrl+`
  • To Straight Quotes: Ctrl+Shift+`
  • To Single Spaces: Ctrl+Space
  • Align Left: Ctrl+L
  • Copy Style: Ctrl+Shift+C
  • Align Center: Ctrl+E
  • Paste Style: Ctrl+Shift+Y
  • Align Justified: Ctrl+J
  • Copy Ruler: Ctrl+Alt+7
  • Align Right: Ctrl+R
  • Paste Ruler: Ctrl+Alt+8
  • Single Line Spacing: Ctrl+Shift+1
  • Double Line Spacing: Ctrl+Shift+2
  • Single Half Line Spacing: Ctrl+Shift+3

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for the Fullscreen Option

  • Full Screen Keywords: Ctrl+Alt+6
  • Full Screen Go To: Ctrl+Alt+5

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for the Help Option

  • Scrivener Manual: F1

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for Other

  • Increase Left Indent: Ctrl+Q
  • Decrease Left Indent: Ctrl+Shift+Q
  • Increase Text Indent: Ctrl+T
  • Decrease Text Indent: Ctrl+Shift+T

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for the Project Menu

  • Project Statistics: Ctrl+.
  • Text Statistics: Ctrl+/
  • Add New Text: Ctrl+N
  • Project Targets: Ctrl+,
  • Add New Folder: Ctrl+Shift+N
  • Toggle Keywords HUD: Ctrl+Shift+G
  • Edit Meta Data: Ctrl+Shift+M
  • Show Auto Complete List: Ctrl+Shift+4

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for the Tools Menu

  • Toggle Scratch Pad: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+P
  • Preferences: F12

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts for View

  • Previous Container: Ctrl+Shift+Up
  • Next Container: Ctrl+Shift+Down
  • Previous Document: Alt+Shift+Left
  • Next Document: Alt+Shift+Right
  • Enclosing Group: Alt+Shift+Up
  • Editor Selection: Alt+Shift+Down
  • Toggle Main ToolBar: Alt+Left
  • Toggle Collections: Ctrl+Shift+9
  • Toggle Editor HeaderBar: Alt+Up
  • Play Pause Action: Ctrl+Return
  • Toggle Editor FooterBar: Alt+Down
  • Fast Forward Action: Ctrl+}
  • Rewind Action: Ctrl+{
  • Current Editor Back: Ctrl+[
  • Current Editor Forward: Ctrl+]
  • Alternate Editor Back:
  • Alternate Editor Forward:
  • Show Binder Tint: F5
  • Show Icon Tint: F6
  • Show Index Card Tint: F7
  • Show Outliner Tint: F8
  • Focus Next Major Element: Ctrl+Tab
  • Reveal In Binder: Ctrl+Shift+8
  • Show Index Card Label: F9
  • Show Index Card Status: F10
  • Show Index Card Keywords: Ctrl+F12
  • Toggle Binder: Ctrl+Shift+B
  • Toggle Inspector: Ctrl+Shift+I
  • Toggle FullScreen: F11
  • No Editor Split: Ctrl+’
  • Horizontal Editor Split: Ctrl++
  • Vertical Editor Split: Ctrl+Shift+’
  • Show Text: Ctrl+1
  • Show Corkboard: Ctrl+2
  • Show Outliner: Ctrl+3
  • Toggle Editor Lock: Ctrl+Shift+L
  • Zoom In: Ctrl+=
  • Zoom Out: Ctrl+-
  • Expand All:
  • Collapse All:
  • Collapse All To Current Level:
Scrivener Layout and Shortcuts Explained

Scrivener Layout and Shortcuts Explained

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Why Scrivener?

Scrivener  is a powerful writing tool unlike any other I have used. Chances are, like me, you’re familiar with either Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or maybe Open Office’s word processor.  All these are great tools in their own right, but may fall short of your needs.

Many turn to Scrivener because it’s more like a creative suite than a plain word processor. For example, one of my favorite features, the cards and corkboard functionality make outlining and moving story elements around a cinch. You can’t do that in regular word processors—and that’s just one of the powerful things Scrivener can do.

Where Scrivener is so different than your average word processor, you should expect a bit of a learning curve. So, to use Scrivener to the fullest extent, I personally found it helpful to become familiar with the format of the interface, and its various tools and shortcuts. This blog post will teach you some of those things.

Scrivener Screen Layout Explained

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  • Binder Section: The binder displays the hierarchy for your writing (like a binder, hence the name). It’s the structural representation of your writing. It enables the dragging and dropping of your cards, and provides the 20,000 ft view of your project.
  • Editor Pane: The window pane where you read, write, and edit your work. Images are acceptable here as well.
  • Corkboard: A hierarchical view of your writing elements, or cards. Allows for easy, drag and drop reordering of the elements.
  • Footer Bar: Displays the word and character counts, for your document. It also shows the word count target and allows for quick zooming in/out.
  • Inspector Section: Shows the extra metadata you’ve included in a writing element, or card. Labels, notes, and other data can be displayed along side the writing.

 

  • Binder Button: Clicking this button toggles the Binder view ON or OFF.
  • Main Menu Bar: This is the standard menu bar on all apple applications. You’ll find your preferences, file saving, and help options here, among other useful settings.

  • Header Bar: Shows the name of the active document in the binder. Also allows for navigating through the binder, as well as splitting editor panes for multitasking, and comparing work.
  • Toolbar: A row of icons/buttons that give you quick access to popular features so you don’t have to navigate the menus to find them. You can edit the buttons displayed by right clicking and customizing the toolbar.

  • Formatting Toolbar: Offers  you the quick view of your current text formatting, and provides shortcuts for quick changes to the same.
  • Search Bar: Allows you to search text in your project’s documents.
  • Inspector Button: Clicking this button toggles the Inspector view on or off. The Inspector gives you quick access to notes, and other labeling and metadata you assign to your writing.

Scrivener Resources

 

Fullscreen Shortcuts

 

When you are in fullscreen mode you can bump your cursor (mouse) against the top of the screen and have the standard toolbar fly out (I won’t bother putting a screenshot because you know what that looks like because its in the screenshot above.) That said, you can also bump your cursor against the bottom of the screen in fullscreen mode, and when you do, Scrivener will give you a toolbar with a bunch of handy options. Here is a screenshot of what the fly-out toolbar looks like when you bump the cursor against the bottom of the screen in fullscreen mode. After the screenshot I’ll show a matrix of what options the toolbar gives you and their definitions.

scrivener full screen bottom bump

 

Fullscreen Feature What it Does
Text Scale Quickly scale up or down the size of your text.
Paper Position Justify (set the position) of your text against the backdrop. Left, Center, Right.
Paper Width Determine how much of the screen is covered by your text vs. showing your background image.
Keyword Allows for you to create metadata keywords that are searchable, and to associate them with the different documents you create in scrivener.
Inspector Let’s you get a pop-up of the inspector without having to leave fullscreen mode. A drop down menu on that pop-up will let you select the different inspector elements (comments, keywords etc.)
Go To Gives you a view of the hierarchy of your project (what’s typically in the binder) from the fullscreen mode.
Word Count Shows the word count of the document actively displayed in fullscreen mode
Character Count Shows the character count of the document actively displayed in fullscreen mode
Paper Fade A slider that let’s you adjust the opacity (solid vs transparancy) of the text on top of the background image.
Fullscreen Toggle A button to return back to the normal view (exit fullscreen mode)

 

 

 

 

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts

 

Just as the toolbar helps you not have to navigate the menus to get something done, its helpful to know a few shortcuts in Scrivener so that you never have to take your hand off the keyboard to use the mouse.

The simplest command, and perhaps the most useful, is the save command. If you want to save your document on a Mac, for example, you press the command key on the keyboard, and while holding that key down, also press the letter “S,” for save. This is represented in the “Shortcut for Mac” column below as “Command key + S.” Note, in some cases, there are three or more keys that must be pressed simultaneously to achieve the action you wish.

Desired Outcome/Action Shortcut for Mac  Shortcut for Windows
Save Project Command key + S Ctrl + S
Project Statistics Shift + Option + Command key + S Ctrl + . (Period)
Text Statistics Shift + Command key + T Ctrl + / (Forward Slash)
Show Project Targets Shift + Command key + T Ctrl + , (Comma)
Show or Hide the Binder Option + Command key + B Ctrl + Shift + B
Show or Hide the Inspector Option + Command key + I Ctrl + Shift + I
Enter Composition Mode (Full Screen Mode) Option + Command key + F F11
Scrivenings Mode / Document View Command key + 1 Ctrl + 1
Script Mode for Screenplays Command key + 8 Ctrl + 4
Typewriter Scrolling (Auto Scrolling) Control + Command key + T Windows + Control + T
Preferences / Options Command key + , (Comma) F12
Show Project Keywords Shift + Option + Command key + H Ctrl + Shift + O
Metadata Settings Option+Command key+, (Comma) Ctrl + Shift + M
Corkboard View Command key + 2 Ctrl + 2
Outline View Command key + 3 Ctrl + 3
Compile Project (Ebook, for Example) Option + Command key + E Ctrl + Shift + E
 

Scrivener Shortcuts for Files

 

Desired Outcome/Action Shortcut for Mac Shortcut for Windows
Create a Text Element/Doc Command key + N Ctrl + N
Create a Folder Option + Command key + N Ctrl + Shift + N
Merge Shift + Command key + M Ctrl + M
Take a Snapshot Command key + 5 Ctrl + 5
Take a Snapshot with Title Shift + Command key + 5 Ctrl + Shift + 5
Split at Selection Command key + K Ctrl + K
Split with Selection as Title Option + Command key + K Ctrl + Shift + K
Import Files Shift + Command key + I Ctrl + Shift + J
Export Files Shift + Command key + E Ctrl + Shift + X
 
 
 

Scrivener Keyboard Shortcuts (Formatting & Editing)

 

Desired Outcome/Action Shortcuts for Mac Shortcuts for Windows
Find Command key + F Ctrl + F
Copy Command key + C Ctrl + C
Cut Command key + X Ctrl + X
Paste Command key + V Ctrl + V
Paste & Match Style Shift + Option + Command key + V Ctrl + Shift + V
Underline Command key + U Ctrl + U
Bold Command key + B Ctrl + B
Italic Command key + I Ctrl + I
Footnote Option + Command key + 8 N/A
Inline Footnote Shift + Command key + F Ctrl + Shift + F
Comment Shift + Command key + 8 N/A
Annotation Shift + Command key + A Ctrl + Shift + A

 

Scrivener Shortcuts Links

Literature and Latte Support

Dashkards

Renegade Word

 

Free Scrivener Templates Part 2

Free Scrivener Templates Part 2

If you haven’t read my first post with scrivener templates from around the web (which contains more templates,) you might want to start there before continuing with the templates below.

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If you’ve discovered Scrivener, like many writers have, you have probably come to love the flexibility and organization it affords your creativity. I’m new to the software, but I really like what I see so far. From everything I’ve read, so does just about everyone else. Understand that Scrivener is not a standard word processor, nor does it intend to be. Think of it as a creative suite. It even makes publishing ebooks quite easy. Once you’ve got the basics down, you’ll probably start looking for some templates to kickstart your writing process. Well, look no further. Below you will find a series of templates that can be found on the web from other authors who share the same passion you have (are gaining) for Scrivener.

 

 

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There are discussions on www.literatureandlatte.com/forum/ that touch on templates and how to make them. If you have further questions, try your questions there and the great community will be supportive.   If you found this helpful, you might want to check out my follow-up post, free scrivener templates part 2.

 

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