I have a 4 part novel. When compiled, the part number is declared on the same page as the start of the first chapter of that part.
Chapter 1 - Beginnings
How do I get Scrivener to give each part its very own page declaring PART ONE, PART TWO etc?
Also, how do I get each part to have a title?
WAY BACK WHEN
…turn the page and there is Chapter 1 - Beginnings
Help would be much appreciated. Thanks guys!
If you create a folder in the binder for each part, correctly named, and then place the folders for the chapters for that part inside it should work as you want it to with most of the default compile formats. When you compile you should see the part/chapter titles available under the section layouts.
Alternatively, if you don’t want to change how the project is organised then you will have to edit the compile settings and look at the Separators section to see when/how page breaks are being inserted.