In recent articles, I’ve looked at how you can customize the Scrivener Editor. I began by explaining how you can set up the editor to your liking, then discussed how to choose default font settings so all your documents look the way you want, and then I introduced styles, showing how you could go beyond the basic font settings.
In today’s article, I want to present a few additional tips you can use to make the Editor work efficiently for you.
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