Print Your Work
Many writers submit manuscripts in printed form. As just one of many examples, if you’re a student writing a thesis, it’s likely that you’ll need to provide a hard copy of your final work. Or, you may want to print it for yourself. You may find that reading on paper makes it easier to spot some mistakes and infelicitous words. After working on screen, reading on paper is like a change of scenery.
In this chapter, I’ll show you how to print your Scrivener projects, and how to save them as PDF files, that you can share digitally, or print later.
Before You Print
Here are a few things to know about what Scrivener can print:
Scrivener can print anything in your project: not just the texts you’ve written, but also research materials ...