The Scrivener window has three main elements: the Binder, the Editor, and the Inspector. Previous articles have looked at how you manage files and folders in the Binder, and how you can customize the Editor.
The Inspector contains information and metadata about your project and your files, bookmarks to other items, snapshots, and comments and footnotes.
In this article, we’re going to take a close look at the Inspector, the third of the main elements in Scrivener.
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