Format printout of outliner

I like to print out the outliner of my novel, In order to use less paper, I’m trying to reformat the printout so it doesn’t double-space between documents. I can’t find any way to do that.

I’m still using Scrivener 2 on this project. On Mac Sierra.

If you’d like complete control over the content that is printed out, the compile feature is really the best tool for the job. Given its flexibility, it is well suited to this task, not only that of constructing large documents.

Note: if you have invested a lot of time in your current compile settings, you should save them as a preset first, with the “Manage Compile Format Presets…” option at the bottom of the Format as dropdown.

For a simple demonstration, try selecting Format as: Synopsis Outline, at the top of the compile pane. If you do not actually want synopses, then visit the Formatting compile option pane, hold down the Option key, and click on any of the “Synopsis” checkboxes to disable them all at once. Also check the Separatos pane, where you can adjust these all to “Single Return” instead of “Empty Line”, to save paper.

There is a lot more you can do with that idea, it’s just a starting point. Here is a post on the topic. Although it is written for Scrivener 3, the basic idea is the same, particularly of using placeholder tags to print status, labels and other such things you might be interested in including.