As a writing app, Scrivener is mainly designed to work with words, but many books and long documents also need to have images and graphics. You may want to use drawings to illustrate a novel or children’s book; you may need to add images of tables or graphs to a thesis or dissertation; or you may want to include a map of your world at the beginning of a fantasy novel. Scrivener can manage these images, and include them in the final output when you compile your project.
Here’s how to work with images in Scrivener projects.
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