I use Scrivener for all my family history writing projects, books, and professional nonfiction writing assignments. [I’m also a Scrivener affiliate so if you click on any of the links to the software and purchase it, I earn a small commission].
JULY 4TH FLASH SALE - SAVE 50% ON SCRIVENER QUICKSHEET PDF
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In 2014 my affinity for Scrivener inspired me to produce the Scrivener for Genealogists QuickSheet (available in print for Mac or Windows) to help genealogists and family historians get up and running with Scrivener (it was the first guide of its kind out there on how to use Scrivener specifically for genealogy/family history writing).
I have now made these popular guides available for purchase in PDF format via digital download, and starting today through Tuesday July 5th I am offering a special July 4th flash sale 50% discount on the digital versions of the Scrivener for Genealogists QuickSheet.*
Click here to go to the order page to Purchase Now and enter the appropriate coupon code:
Win4 – for Windows QuickSheet
Mac4 – For Mac QuickSheet
The sale will expire on 5 July 2016 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time. Hurry to take advantage of this low price and get started on those writing projects today!
*Note: The 50% off discount is good only on the digital download (PDF) versions for Mac or Windows and not the printed laminated versions. If you would like to order a printed/laminated version of the Scrivener QuickSheets click here.
About the Scrivener for Genealogists QuickSheet
The Scrivener for Genealogists Quick Sheet is a 4-page PDF guide with all of the basics you need to know to get up and running with Scrivener, the popular combination word processor and project management tool by Literature and Latte. This guide will show you how to use Scrivener for any genealogy or family history writing project. This powerful application seamlessly takes you from idea to outline to finished product. Whether you want to start a blog, write a book, prepare a client report, or presentation, or publish a cookbook or society newsletter, Scrivener has you covered.
Learn how to start a project, edit, and format your work, and get an overview of the key components of the Scrivener interface, and its four main modes – Outline, Document View, Corkboard, and Scrivenings. Use the listed Quick Command keys to access many of Scrivener’s main functions and project and interface shortcuts right from your keyboard. Additional resources and suggestions for online help are listed for those who wish to explore this program’s more advanced features.
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