What's the difference between inserting an image and inserting an inline image in Scrivener? Laura Bergells shows you how to insert an image, then explains why you'd want to use inline images.
- [Instructor] You can insert an image into your document.…I'm going to insert my image into the author page.…First, put your cursor where you want the image,…let's say in the upper left,…select the dropdown in the Insert icon,…select Insert Image From File.…I'm going to use the image from the exercise files…I gave you.…I'll select it.…I could click Open or I could just drag it to my document.…
I'll click Open, and there's my image.…I'm going to delete it for now by backing up over it.…You can also drag and drop images from your binder…and into your document.…I'll look at my research for example, grab that image,…and drop it into my document.…You can even use a few more traditional methods…to insert an image into Scrivener.…Try copy/paste for example.…But what if you're working with many images,…high-resolution images, or placeholders?…Instead of Insert Image From File, try selecting…Insert Image Linked to File.…
This approach not only optimizes Scrivener's performance,…it can save you production time.…And no matter which method you choose to insert your images,…
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- Creating a new project
- Merging documents
- Keeping track of characters and locations
- Exploring writing tools
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- Reviewing project and text statistics
- Exporting files
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- Tips for sharing your work
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