I was finally able to change from US English spelling to Canadian spelling, but my biggest problem is with grammar. I have tried to enable a grammar tool, but can't find one I trust. It would be wonderful if the darn program included a grammar tool of its own. Heck, even Word does that.

  • you guys are tough... anybody home? ;) – WRX Nov 26 '16 at 20:12
  • While Writers is a worldwide site, a lot of users are from the US where we've just had a four-day holiday weekend. Activity's been down from that, sorry. – Monica Cellio Nov 28 '16 at 21:58
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    Apparently none of us use Scrivener either... I don't know of any such add-ons. I recommend you check in at the Scrivener forums; they're more likely to have help for you: literatureandlatte.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=22 – Jerenda Jan 4 '17 at 19:00
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    Also, I wouldn't go looking for grammar add-ons per-say. If you look through some of the questions, people have been asking about grammar software and usually the software was given with the advice that you should still proof read/edit find someone who will. Grammar software are reliable to a certain point but the other issue is they may change something that was purposely done with poor grammar. – ggiaquin16 Feb 24 '17 at 22:10
  • @ggiaquin: I find astounding how many viedos are out there showing how to use whichever grammar add-on and which clearly show people blindly following advise. These add-ons are incredibly useful to catch typos and to point out potential grammar problems. But the user must always go through each problem and... – SC for reinstatement of Monica Feb 25 '17 at 13:45

ProWriting Aid works with Scrivener. I've used the grammar software mostly on MS Word and like it a lot. I have yet to try it on Scrivener because, at the moment, my Scrivener projects are not in English.

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