by C.K. MacLeod
Scrivener is a wonderful tool for writing and producing book-length works. It allows you to
- move chunks of text around with ease
- organize research notes, references, and even notes to yourself—in the same project file
- convert your book to ebook, web, and print formats
Help for Beginners
When you first open the program, though, it can seem a little confusing. This downloadable cheat sheet will help you to begin using Scrivener right now. Print it and stick it on the wall next to your computer.
You’ll notice that I’ve listed the commands associated with the more common “writing moves” and grouped items by stages of the writing process.
Did I miss a Scrivener move in my cheat sheet? Feel free to leave a comment below.
A version of this post was originally posted at the Beyond Paper blog.
Image by Alan Reyes