Can I print the outline?
I like to have an printed outline as an overview because I am often away from the computer and like to review my flow and makes notes for changes and improvements.
I like what I see. I am using Scrivener with Windows 7 on my desktop, XP on my netbook, and Vista on my laptop. Other than the reported stuff, it works well.
Thanks Lee for the hard work bringing Scrivener to Windows.
I’d like to be able to do this too.
Also, it’d be nice to be able to print individual index cards along with all their accompanying notes and such.
Thanks so much for letting us try this software out. It’s a wonderful tool!
Likewise. I’ve found that I can export the meta-data and have the synopses outside Scrivener, but then have to cut and paste to get them into a single document. When I’m working on a new novel, my agent asks for the first three chapters and an outline. Scrivener is very handy for arranging my thoughts and outlining the novel, but I can’t find a way to generate an outline easily.
Is there one or is this just a feature it doesn’t have.
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