Category Archives: Scrivener for Thesis Writing

Wish-lists: Scrivener for Thesis Writing

I’m getting ready for a year of blogging Scrivener for Thesis Writing and have a good stock of Scrivener for Thesis Writing posts in the pipeline. But I’m also wondering for those already writing your thesis (either in Scrivener or … Continue reading

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Scrivener for Thesis Writing: Project and Document Notes

One of the tricky aspects of writing a thesis is that you have to bring together a huge amount of information in a way that no-one has done before. This may involve learning about writing as you write it, incorporating … Continue reading

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Scrivener for Thesis Writing: Backing Up, Snapshots & Compiling

You’ve probably heard it a million times, but you need backups. There is nothing more tragic than a lost thesis due to software failure /hardware failure/loss/theft (ok, there are more tragic things and Australia’s treatment of asylum seekers is one … Continue reading

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Scrivener for Thesis Writing: Setting Up a Thesis Structure importing from Word

This post will cover importing and working from a Microsoft Word document that you’ve already started. Before proceeding I highly recommend that you’ve downloaded Scrivener and spent a few hours undertaking the Interactive Tutorial and/or watched some Literature and Latte … Continue reading

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Scrivener for Thesis Writing: Setting Up a Thesis Structure using Scrivener Template

Here we are at the beginning. Before proceeding I highly recommend that you’ve downloaded Scrivener and spent a few hours undertaking the Interactive Tutorial and/or watched some Literature and Latte YouTubes (at least watch the Introduction one). This will give … Continue reading

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