Scrivener Simplified - Why You Should Write Your Next Book in Scrivener & How to Import a Word File Premium class

David ✏ Ault, The Writer Teacher

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9 Videos (13m)
    • An Introduction to the Course

      1:04
    • Your Class Project for the Course

      0:37
    • An Investment All Writers Should Make

      1:06
    • Don’t Make The Same Mistake I Made

      1:45
    • Why Scrivener is a No Brainer

      1:16
    • Overview of Importing a Word File into Scrivener

      2:57
    • Preparing Your Word File for Import

      1:09
    • Importing Your Word File into Scrivener

      1:33
    • Final Thoughts and Class Wrap Up

      1:19

About This Class

Why You Should Write Your Next Book in Scrivener & How to Import a Word File is actually the introductory lesson to the Scrivener Simplified series on Skillshare (see a full list of the classes below), which is aimed at self-published authors, content creators and other writers, who are looking to upgrade their writing tool of choice in order to increase their writing productivity.

In this particular class, you will learn:

  • Why you should stop using a word processor to write your book and upgrade to Scrivener instead
  • How to take a book that you have already written in Word and import it into Scrivener

So go ahead and enrol in my class and I look forward to seeing you on the inside.

Scrivener Simplified Series

1). Why You Should Write Your Next Book in Scrivener & How to Import a Word File

2). How to Setup the Research for Your Book with the Research Folder in Scrivener

3). How To Keep On Top of Your Writing with the Project and Text Statistics within Scrivener

4). How To Increase Your Writing Productivity with the Project Targets Feature within Scrivener

5). How to Setup the All-important Front and Back Matter of Your Book within Scrivener

6). How to Save Time and Money Formatting Your eBook Using the Compile Feature within Scrivener

19 of 20 students recommendSee All

These quick instructions for importing a Word document into Scrivener probably just saved me HOURS of work... thank you!!!
Nice basic course for first time users.
very easy to follow...not intimidating

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David ✏ Ault

The Writer Teacher

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Currently on the How To Publish An eBook website, I am giving away a FREE online course for anyone who is interested in making a living (or at least a part-time income) from self-publishing.

Hello there, my name is David James Ault and I am now teaching over 50 classes on the Skillshare platform in the self-publishing and course creation niches.

I am a British ex-pat living in Slovakia, in the heart of Europe, with my wonderful Slovak wife, our three children and our English Bullterrier, Shaggy.

Having graduated with a BSc (Hons) Degree in European Business, the first part of my career was spent in marketing, especially in the tourism industry, and during that time, I completed my Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing, at the CIM.

In 2001, I moved from the UK to Slovakia, where I set up a tourism portal about Slovakia and wrote travel related articles and books. I also began writing my first novel.

During the last 15 years, I have written a number of non-fiction books in a variety of niches and set up a number of successful websites to promote my various interests. More recently, I have also been writing fiction and non-fiction books for teenagers and young adults and, in 2015, I set myself the goal of becoming a full-time author within the next couple of years.

I have an eclectic range of interests, including languages, writing, history, online marketing, design and travel. I also have a passion for cooking and eating healthy food, as well as the traditional Slovak dishes I have discovered, whilst living in the heart of Europe.

I have created a number of online courses for many of my niches and I have set up both the How To Publish An eBook and the Teach Someone A Lesson websites to impart some of the knowledge I have learned over the years to my students.