Scrivener for Beginners, with Don Lesser
Scrivener, by Literature and Latte, is a word processor designed for writers. It excels at working with a manuscript’s structure and content, as well as helping to organize research materials. It is currently in Version 3 for the Mac and Windows. It is, however, not especially intuitive and you can get lost in some of its more advanced features. In this class, we will demystify Scrivener’s main features—what Scrivener calls its binder, outliner and text editor—as well as the other features such as the scrapbook and corkboard. In addition, the class will cover tips and techniques for getting the most out of this amazing but sometimes intimidating tool! For Windows and Mac users of all levels.
This workshop will be held ONLINE.
Saturday, October 22, 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ($75)
A graduate of the University of Massachusetts MFA program, Don Lesser has been a professional writer, trainer, and programmer for 30-(sometimes very) odd years. He has written technical manuals and corporate training materials for the Fortune 2000, as well as cooking articles and restaurant reviews for Hampshire Life and Edible Pioneer Valley. His work received the James Peterson Scholarship and honorable mentions for the Greenbrier and Apicus scholarships at the Greenbrier Symposium for Professional Food Writers. In 1990, he founded Pioneer Training to deliver computer training and programming to Western Massachusetts and beyond. He is currently at work on a novel.