Take notes whenever imagination strikes and add them to a notebook, later combine and organise these notes as scenes into chapters, a note could represent a scene made up of one or more paragraphs that belongs to a chapter, so you could revise, drag & drop and arrange these notes in the order that could make one or more chapters and you could write a book, writing in parts lets you focus on a part of the story in that chapter, you can also change the order of these paragraphs in the chapter and arrange it the way you want in that chapter, and once your final draft is ready export to pdf, plain text etc. E.G. A writer who plans to write a book can take notes whenever imagination strikes, these notes could be later revised to scenes that belongs to chapters and can be added to the notebook, the writer can add, move, rearrange and revise these notes till the final draft is ready and then export to various file formats such as pdf, plain text, rtf & html. When you export to pdf Notewrap automatically wraps the chapters to pages, adds page numbers and creates the pdf for you.
The Publish & Print’s New Page setting for a note lets you organise the notes in a notebook into chapters, you can turn the setting off for a note and the note would be published and printed on the same page if there is space available. e.g in the diagram above Chapter One: Scene 2’s new page setting has been turned off as the note is part of Chapter One so it would be published and printed on the same page and would be combined to become Chapter One of the book, while the ChapterTwo:Scene 1’s new page setting is turned on as this is the beginning of a new chapter. So the New Page setting would be used to organise notes into chapters in Notewrap, there is a shortcut to turn this setting on or off for a note in a notebook, simply go to that notebook, then tap Edit and then select the note and on the toolbar below toggle the New Page button to set it on or off for a note.