As I am rearranging and cleaning up the second book of the Coiree Series (Killer), I have fallen in love with Cut and Paste.
I liked that little function before. But what I love about it now, is that I can rearrange the rough draft, and see how the plot flows, BEFORE I rewrite it. Saving it in a new file, of course.
This is very nice for a panster writer like me. Everything flows out organically when you start to write, but then you do have to go back and make sure it makes sense for everyone else.