When you work with Scrivener, you use projects, which are packages or folders of files, containing the various elements of your writing work. These projects are what allow Scrivener to offer a full writing environment, with separate texts for chapters or scenes, character and setting sheets, and folders for storing research elements.
You can use one of Scrivener’s default templates, or you can customize your own; this is especially practical when you’ve gotten the Scrivener layout exactly how you like it, and want to use the same project settings in the future. Here’s how to create custom Scrivener project templates.
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