In recent articles about using Scrivener on iPad and iPhone, I’ve discussed the app’s interface, explained how you can customize Scrivener on a mobile device, shown how to create and manage projects, and looked at how to sync projects between an iPhone or iPad and a computer. In this article, I will explain how you compile projects.
Compiling Scrivener projects is what you do when you want to move on to the next step: to send them to an editor or agent, or to a writing buddy, so someone can read your draft or finished work. Here’s how to compile a Scrivener project on an iPad or iPhone.
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