By Joan Frantschuk
Have you ever screamed at Word because it just will not cooperate?
Word is a writer’s best tool, best resource, best friend. Writing a book is hard enough without the added aggravation that unfamiliarity with Word can create. As a writer, you owe it to yourself to learn how to use all its features—without shouting. If your font changes unexpectedly, your pages break in weird places, your titles are wonky, then this course is for you.
In Mastering Word for Fiction Writers, you’ll uncover the solution of Styles for consistent text, the speed and convenience of the Navigation Pane for reorganizing your scenes and clicking around your manuscript, and how to write a synopsis in just THREE steps.
Do you want to improve your editing skills and work easily with editors?
Word can help you write your book without aggravation, frustration, and distraction, allowing you to focus on…
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