I’m brand new to Scrivener. Giving it a trial on a small [overdue] writing project. I had a draft document that included notes for revision. I broke the sections down into separate items under the “research” heading in the binder. When start to work on polishing a section I move it up under the “draft” heading in the binder, which I’ve renamed with the name of my project.
I would like to print all the items under each heading as one continuous document. I don’t see how to do that. I tried compiling, but no matter what I have selected, a top level header or one of the sub items, Scrivener prints only the first item under the header.
I understood Scrivener encourages breaking larger projects into smaller components this way. I assumed when I broke my document down the way I have I’d still be able to print it as one document. Any help would be appreciated.
It appears at this point that Scrivener has a steep, and possibly long, learning curve. I’ve had the experience of software that impresses me that way initially becoming intuitive, so I have an open mind. But I’m a bit anxious about the time it’s going to take and about possibly getting locked into a complicated, self-contained system that makes it difficult to move notes, drafts, and documents back and forth between other applications. Any reassurance anyone might be able to offer would also be appreciated.