I feel most comfortable formatting in MS word, but love Scrivener for organizing and writing the content
What is the best approach I can take to rough out a document in Scrivener and then turn to Word to use its extensive formatting capability?
Guessing…I use Scrivener’s style terms. then run the scrivener document through Scrivener’s Compile
operator that may convert Scrivener Style formatting into Word formatting. Perhaps From there i can handle it.
If that is the case, then i need to define margins and paragraph spacing and spacing around the style
formatting. (ie: if i selected a phrase as “Heading 1” i could define the spacing before and after Heading 1
I look forward to how other people have solved this overall quest of passing scrivener documents to word
and the specific quest of defining spacing around styled phrases within a scrivener document.
oh…is there an exceptional physical book that i can buy that clearly goes into the details of how to use the latest version of Scrivener? I seem to do best with books that clearly show where to find the critical
steps in a process. For example. If “print preview” is shown in the “how to use Scrivener” book, and yet
my scrivener has a grayed out “print preview” It helps to have a note indicating that a grayed out command means …and to fix it requires the following steps. Maybe what I am asking for is impossible.
anyway. any help will be appreciated.