When you’ve finished writing a book in Scrivener, it’s time to compile it. This means that you tell Scrivener how to paste everything together to create a final file that you send to beta readers, or to an agent or editor, or even for yourself, to proofread. You can also compile your Scrivener project as an ebook; if you are self-publishing your books, this is how you create the final files that you upload to retailers.
In this article, we’ll look at how you compile your Scrivener project to an ebook.
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