As I learn to use Scrivener, a software program for writers, I’m on the hunt for helpful articles. I ran across this one and wanted to share it with my readers.
Scrivener can also be a complicated tool to use. I doubt I even know half of what it can do. It’s one of those tools that you continually learn about and grow into over time.
Occasionally things can feel a bit cluttered. But, fortunately, you can fix that with a few strokes on your keyboard by minimizing certain screen areas or entering a fullscreen writing mode. It’s just as easy to set and check project targets or get help. All you have to do is remember a few simple Scrivener keyboard shortcuts. Learn more.