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MuppetGate

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  1. Yes, I use them both (Scrivener for novels, Ulysses for short stories). Both are great, but layout isn't really their strong suit. They do a very good job, but sometimes you need a little more precision.
  2. I use Pages at the moment, and it's great for the stuff I do with it. The only real problem is that it can't do facing pages – which is a real pain. I tried Word, and I found it quite slow and hard to navigate, especially when the books get really long. I also find that I can change a few words here and there, and the whole layout can get thrown off kilter. . . . and answering posts on a Saturday. Very impressive!
  3. Ah. Does that mean Publisher won't be a good fit for laying out longer documents? I'm thinking novels mainly (around 700 pages!).
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