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Scrivener A to Z with Rebeca Schiller

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Scrivener A to Z with Rebeca Schiller

Class Starts: June 13, 2016
Cost: $30 per person or $20 for members of OCC/RWA
For more information and to register go to

About the Class:

You’ve heard from other writers that Scrivener, the writing app, is the next best thing to coffee and chocolate. So you’ve downloaded it, tried to follow the tutorial, and you still can’t figure out the very basics of how to create a folder or a document.

Scrivener A to Z is a step-by-step guide with that will cover all the flexible and powerful features of this application. Students will receive daily instruction with easy to follow steps and illustrations on how to create folder and documents, navigate the Binder, writing and formatting in the Editor, how to create story boards in the famous Scrivener Corkboard, detailed outlines in the Outliner, and much more. Instruction includes both Windows and Mac versions. Basic knowledge of MAC OS and Windows required.

About the Instructor:

Rebeca Schiller is a freelance writer and the online editor of HAND/EYE Magazine. She discovered the magic of Scrivener via a friend’s Facebook update and photo of the Corkboard. Since October 2010, she’s been using both versions of Scrivener and avoids writing anything in MS Word (like this bio). Rebeca is currently working on a novel.

This 4-week online course begins June 13, 2016 and uses email and Yahoo Groups. The class is open to anyone wishing to participate. The cost is $30.00 per person or, if you are a member of OCC/RWA, $20.00 per person

For more information and to register go to

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