So, as discussed elsethread, I'm planning to start using printing as a backup scheme, just in case all other backups fail. These printed versions won't need to be comfortably readable--the goal is just to have something that would allow me to retype the work if I lose everything. (I realize that readability would be nice if I had to retype, but the odds of that happening are low enough that I'd be willing to scale up in a photocopier or something.) I've just started using Scrivener. When I read about that software, it seems like I should be able to define more than one printing format for a project. I want a "backup print" format that will print single-spaced in a tiny tiny font. But I'm struggling with finding how to do this. There seem to be several pre-named formats, and I feel like I was halfway to figuring out how to cutomize them, but I'm struggling with how to create my own from scratch. I'm not asking anyone to give me a detailed set of instructions, but can anyone give me a quick summary that might take me to "Oh, that's what I missed!"? (Example: "Choose Wangle from the Fooble menu and create a new Flerp. Then choose that Flerp from the Waffle menu when printing.") While I'm at it, is there any option to "print only what's changed since date blah"? I haven't even started to try to research this, but if you happen to know off the top of your head, I'd be pleased to know.