Here’s another great Scrivener tip from the Archer’s Aim blog
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Here’s a quick-tip for Scrivener a Monday morning. Need to change types of text in your document? Are the type of quotes you’ve used inconsistent or incorrect? Well, there’s a rather quick fix to these kinds of issues.
Just click on Format, slide down to Convert and you’ll see a number of choices displayed on the resulting fly-out menu:
Highlight all of your document or the affected text to make the following changes:
- Go from smart quotes to straight quotes after highlighting your document.
- Do the opposite if you need smart quotes instead of straight ones.
- Need to change case? Just use one of the first three commands.
- Here’s a good one – do you have…
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