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Posted by Pavi
Nov 4, 2011 at 08:07 AM


Hi, Chapter by Chapter looks like a precursor to Writing Outliner. It also has a notes field, which is another reason I like using UltraRecall as my writing environment: I can add information to the Notes window, as well as links to research, etc. As long as you check “View-Nagivation pane” and make sure to use headings from a style “Home-ribbon” (Word 2010 anyway), you will get indexing of headings.

The main reason that UR merged docs or Writing Outliner work with Mendeley/Zotero is that you can refresh the bibliography after export. Thus, it will go through the document and update/renumber references as needed.

Best, /Pavi

Alexander Deliyannis wrote:
>Pavi wrote:
>> Lastly, using a VBA macro in word, it is easy to merge all the
> >Thanks this seems really very useful. For reference, I post here the
>(updated) link to Chapter by Chapter
>http://sites.google.com/site/sebberthet/chapter-by-chapter a freeware tool
>which I’ve used successfully in the past for merging Word documents. I do not know its
>citations performance, but it is easy and convenient to use. 


Posted by Dr Andus
Nov 10, 2011 at 11:25 PM


Those of you who bought Scrivener for Windows 1.0 may want to reinstall the latest 1.0.1 version. As far as I can tell the main difference is that in 1.0 the “Check for Updates” function didn’t work, and so it wouldn’t tell you there is in fact an update. V. 1.0.1 fixes that.


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