Why copy and paste instead of using compile or export to Word, going through the editing process, and then use import and split to get the edited manuscript back into Scrivener?
But you're not importing. You're copying and pasting. Importing is using the File > Import command. All your styles will be preserved that way. And if you're still annoyed by the font your proofreader uses, then just select all and choose a different font. Your formatted text will still retain its formatting. I know this because I just tested it this instant. Copy and paste is not a good way to transfer text from one program to another, because there's all sorts of invisible formatting that could muck things up. That's why the import command exists in so many programs.Rykymus said:The problem is not in the export, its in the import. Specifically, one of my proofreaders uses a different font. (She likes TNR, I like Courier.) When you cut and paste a scene from Word BACK into Scrivener, that's where the problem occurs.
And like I said, this problem didn't use to occur. It's only started happening since the last update. That's my problem with Scrivener. Every time they update it, they fix one thing and break another.