When you’re working on a project in Scrivener, the Binder is your organizational tool. You create folders and texts, and use them to structure you work. You could just have a single text, and write like Jack Kerouac on a scroll, but then you wouldn’t get the benefit of being able to rearrange chapters, sections, and scenes in the Binder. Understanding how to use the Binder is the key to working with a Scrivener project.
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