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About markwlyon

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  1. My editors all work in Word. I don't expect them to change. I export to Word and receive edits in Word just as you do. But I don't want to review or add changes manually. Not the most efficient use of my time. Creates potential for errors. I used Pages. It exchanges Word files and tracks changes with no problems. Unfortunately, Apple removed so many essential features in version 5, I can no longer use it. Hence my search for another writing program. Hope I clarified my original post.
  2. No writer works in isolation today. Whether he produces text inside a company or from a home office, before he is published in any media, at least one editor will scrutinize his work, most likely using MS Word, and communicate his edits through the Track Changes feature. The business of written communications would be ham-strung if writers and editors could not track changes. I'm demoning Storyist now. I really like the program. It looks nice. It's easy to use and it suits my workflow better than Scrivener, Ulysses, Nissus or Pages. But it cannot become my work-a-day tool without the ability to track changes. I hope someone is listening.
  3. Hi All: FWIW I was able to export between Omnioutliner and Aeon using plain text and creating the appropriate number of columns, as suggested in the Aeon Help. Haven tried yet with Storyist. I'm still demoing the program.
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