Scrivener 2.8 LATEST
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
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Scrivener for Mac 2017 full offline installer setup for Mac
Scrivener for Mac is a professional content-generation tool for writers that automates and simplifies the process of composing and structuring of long and difficult documents. Powerful features of Scrivener give you the complete control over formatting of such documents, leaving the writer with much easier time of creating ever-important first draft version of document.
If you are tasked to write a document that requires lot of referencing, tracking of notes, concepts and research documents that may or may not include audio and video files, then Scrivener will without a doubt increase your productivity and enable you to create better end product.
Focus on Writing
Scrivener provides access to the full power of the OS X text system: add tables, bullet points and images and format your text however you want. Define ranges of text as footnotes and they become footnotes when you export or print. And because the way you view your text onscreen may not always be how you want to see it in print, Scrivener makes it easy to format the printed or exported text completely differently from what is onscreen - leaving you free to focus on the actual writing.
Refer to Research
No more switching between multiple applications to refer to research files: keep all of your research - image files, PDF documents, movies, sound files and web pages - right inside Scrivener. And unlike in other programs that only let you see one document in a window at a time, in Scrivener you can view a research document in one pane and compose your text in another right alongside it. Transcribe an interview, make notes about a picture, or just refer back to another chapter, all from within the same program.
The cork notice-board is one of the writer's most familiar tools. Before Scrivener, though, the index cards were not connected to anything (other than ideas, of course); any changes to the order on the corkboard would have to be replicated manually in the draft. In Scrivener, every document is attached to a virtual index card onto which you can jot a synopsis. Use the corkboard to shuffle these index cards around - which is instantly reflected in the structure of your draft.
The outliner is another way of viewing the synopses and meta-data of the documents in your project. Restructure your work easily; get an overview of the project so far and what still needs to be done; check how many scenes have Jack as the point-of-view character; read and edit an overview of a scene, a chapter or of the whole draft.
Note: 30 days trial version.