When working with Ulysses for Mac, these are the ways to get to export your sheets:
You can, for example, send a DOCX file as a mail attachment, or open an ePub file instantly in Books.
If you select Publishing as export format, a Publish button will appear top right in the exporter.
At the top left of the export preview you can see a button that displays the number of exported sheets, groups or filters – this is the Reveal button. If you have several export previews open at the same time, it will quickly take you back to the right sheet, group or filter.
Here are three ways to invoke Quick Export when working on an iPad or iPhone:
Now, tap the specified format at the top (1) to select an export format, e.g., HTML, ePub, PDF, DOCX, Plain Text or Publishing (2). Then, tap the brush icon to select the export style and paper format (3).
While the PDF and DOCX exporters produce either a PDF file or a Word document, they share the same settings. On the one hand, you can choose a style for defining the details of your document’s layout. Ulysses comes with a couple of built-in styles for that purpose. For a wider choice, browse Ulysses’ Style Exchange. On the other hand, you can define the page size of your document.
Sometimes, you might want to exclude a sheet from the export because it contains information that is not meant to become part of your final text. In this case, you can mark the sheet as material. Material sheets are easy to recognize thanks to a visual marker in the sheet list.
On Mac, you can create a new material sheet or convert an existing regular sheet into one (“Use as Material Sheet”) via the File menu.
On iPad or iPhone, go to the library and create a new material sheet via the + icon. To convert a regular sheet, open the sheet list, touch and hold the sheet and select “Use as Material Sheet”.
Now, when you export several sheets or a group, only regular sheets will be exported. You can, however, export single material sheets.