I’ve looked around for what I thought I could do with Scrivener, but haven’t found it. When I create a project in Scrivener with all its hierarchy of folders and text files, I typically want to compile for Word at some point. When it gets to Word, I’d like to have Word style tags already applied based on that hierarchy - Level 1 folders = HEADING 1. Level 2 text = HEADING 2, etc. I know I can apply Scriveners style presets to the titles and texts, but that’s not what I want. I couldn’t care less about formats in Scrivener, but if these items were tagged with the style names I assign, I could then just modify those styles in Word, and violá!, my document is formatted. Even better, I can import a style sheet from my company’s template and those styles are applied.
Am I missing how I can do this, or should I adapt and post this over in the feedback/feature request forum?
Bonus extra-nerdy reading:
For any old-school early desktop publishing vets out there, it’s similar to when one could type all their text in XyWrite and use <> throughout the text which would then show up as style names when that text was brought into the publishing program. Format the styles, and presto-bango, your document was complete!