I’ve seen a lot of Word macros out there that let the writer color highlight weak words, telling words, etc.
I’m not a programmer, so learning how to write code or script isn’t for me. I could keep a list on my computer and do this manually, one by one, all 40+ words, but that’s painful. I could build a collection and have: so very just (etc.,) and change the search to Any Word. I could make that part of a novel template. But that syntax also returns the words son, every, justify. Plus, I’d need separate collections for phrases.
I could upgrade to Word 2016, sure. I’m on 2008 right now, which doesn’t allow for recording macros. But even if I upgrade, I’d have to export my manuscript out to Word, run the macros, fix the manuscript, then import the MS back into Scrivener. I keep all finished projects in Scriv.
Is there some add-on, some macro, something macro-ish that replicates what Word does without having to learn a programming skill?
Thank you SO much in advance!