This post is the final post in my Git for Writers series, which I started posting as an accompaniment to my Git Started: Git for Agile Writers workshop at the STC 2015 Summit in Columbus, OH. These posts expand on some of the ideas I presented, since you can’t cram everything on such a large subject into one 45-minute workshop.

**For some more of the reasons why I think writers need Git, read this post.**

To wrap up my series on using Git as a Technical Writer, I’ve gathered all of the commands and options I’ve talked about here (plus a few extras) into a hopefully-handy printable cheat sheet. I’m a huge fan of this kind of cheat sheet, especially for command line tasks that you might not perform often enough to validate memorization. I hope that you find it helpful!

Click to download my Git Cheat Sheet For Writers (PDF).