Check out this helpful post on the topic of Scrivener revision strategies from the Archer’s Aim blog.
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I received my edited manuscript back from my editor a few weeks ago. I’ve been working on the suggested structural changes. But one of the immediate questions I had was how to incorporate this back into my Scrivener project.
Back in January, I wrote about how to compile a manuscript. My purpose in compiling at the time was for my editor and I successfully turned a Word document over to her. But this leads to a slight problem. If the changes are in Word how do I get the content back into Scrivener?
Several options presented themselves when I considered the problem:
1. Create a whole new project and import the edited version into Scrivener.
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