Try these Scrivener compiling tips from Story Empire.
Happy Monday to everyone! PH back in the house with some additional Scrivener tips, this week covering some compiling basics. This is a point at which you are ready to extract the manuscript from Scrivener and begin editing so it’s important to have useful results that you want when you compile. But getting everything can be a bit tricky if you haven’t compile a manuscript previously. With that in mind, here’s a quick primer to get you going, make sure to consult your version of Scrivener with the Compiler settings and check the instructions for more details.
When I first began sending manuscript version of The Bow of Destiny to my editor, the manuscript needed compiling which I had never done for a book. I had compiled for a short story so that was rather easy. For a book there were a few more details required than I…
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