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Take Control of Scrivener 2 by Kirk McElhearn

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Compile Your Work for Print and Export

You’ve finished your novel, screenplay, non-fiction book, thesis, short story, or article. It’s time to liberate your work from Scrivener and send it to your agent, editor, or producer. You’ll now need to export your work to a standard file format as used in the publishing and movie industries.

But you may also want to save your work in special formats so your manuscript can be read on ebook readers. And, in some cases, you’ll want to print out work for submission, or even for your own use as you work on rewrites.

In this chapter, I cover printing and exporting Scrivener projects, and notably show you how to save your work in the formats that you need in order to send to others so they can read your words. ...

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