You may need to import or export documents in Microsoft Word format to your Scrivener project. Here’s how.
Scrivener is the ideal tool for long-form writing, and you can build projects and compile them to many formats, from RTF and PDF to ebook formats that you can upload to online retailers. But many Scrivener users may need to export to Microsoft Word’s .docx format to send their projects to colleagues, agents, or editors, and you can save your project in that format if you need to. You may also need to import Microsoft Word documents to your projects, and you may want to split them so their different sections show up individually in the Binder.
In this article, I’m going to tell you how to work with Microsoft Word documents and Scrivener.
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