Part 1 Formatting Your Book using Affinity Publisher. This is the first part. Part 1 if you like. It’s really about setting up your document and pages so that the actual formatting of the book can proceed without having to backtrack all the time to reset settings… I will continue with Part Two within this Read More ...
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Family History Template.scrivtemplate This is a template for the latest version of Scrivener - 14th March 2019 - for the Mac. Sorry, I don't have it specifically for the Windows people, but it may still work? It's a zip file, and I believe that Windows requires a zip file anyway. However... this is Scrivener Version 3.1.2. The latest. I don't use Scrivener on Windows so I don't know where it's up to.
I do however use Ancestry (Family Tree Maker), and this is what has prompted me to develop this Scrivener Template.
Here's a quick tutorial to help you out.
Simply launch Scrivener, and you’ll see the splash window below that lets you start a new project by selecting one of the templates that come pre-loaded (or that you have already imported) into Scrivener.
If you don’t see the splash screen below, and Scrivener loads your most recent project automatically, simply click on FILE -> NEW PROJECT and it will launch the splash screen mentioned previously. It looks like this:
Importing a template from here is a breeze. Notice the button on the bottom of the window called OPTIONS. If you click on that, you’ll see a drop-down appear with the option to select IMPORT TEMPLATES.
It’s as simple as clicking on that. Now, navigate to the template file on your computer. Your template will import into your instance of Scrivener, and you will subsequently find it in the list of templates for a new project next time.
Oh, I'll probably update this template from time to time as I use it myself. So do check back from time to time.
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