5. Writing in Full Screen

Scrivener has so many features and options that it’s easy to get caught up tweaking preference settings, moving index cards around on the Corkboard, and adding meta-data in the Inspector. If you ever sought an application that secretly supported your procrastination habit under the guise of getting work done, Scrivener is it. At some point, however, you must hone in on your manuscript.

Composition mode, called Full Screen mode in Scrivener for Windows, was made to eliminate onscreen distractions and provide a very simple interface—an editing screen and ...

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