Actually, I am Still using Word 2010 to write my novel - the change to Scrivener is a little bit difficult for me, so I hope, you may can help me a little bit.
My novel is written, now I just want to work out some more scenes, edit a little bit and so on. I’ve already found out, how to import a docx file to scrivener, and I also found out, how to cut the whole text in different scenes.
BUT: How do I set text-styles? For example: I prefer to WRITE my novel (on PC) with text-style Arial . When I print it, I would like to be able to change the style in times new roman.
I am still using the test-version of scribus, because I still don’t know, if I could get warm with this programm. In the test-version, I’ve found out, that I can set the Style settings, BEFORE I load a document in the project. But there seems to be no way, to change the style afterwards. Sure, I can select with strg+a the wohle text in my actual scene und change so the text style - but my novel has about 20 scenes, and it’s not very practical, to change in 20 scenes the style settings.
I know Word - there its simple: I select everything with strg+a and I just have to changethe the text-style once.
What can I do? Or is there no possibility? If so, that would be - for me - a handicap I can’t accept.