11 auto settings in MS Word to turn off before you edit—today, in my How To column at Copyediting.com.
So you got the changes back from the author and editor, now what do you do with the marked-up PDF? In this lightning-speed tip session you’ll see how to use the built-in tools of Adobe’s free Acrobat Reader DC to find each and every change that was marked, and use a simple trick for quality…
Since you can’t say “Seriously, $266 an hour” when a client gets off topic: advice for keeping writers on task, today, in my How To column at Copyediting.com.
How word people can communicate with visual people to reduce costs and aggravation and get better results — in my latest How To column at Copyediting.com.
Professional writers develop a thick skin; they learn not to take suggestions or criticisms as attacks on their self-worth. Today, in my How To column at Copyediting.com, I offer tips for using a feather touch with your writers.
Every time you check content, you develop your editorial sixth sense. In my How To column at Copyediting.com today, I give four ways to verify information in the editing before you,
Get a life. Your ‘editorial sense’ depends on it. Those “editorial senses” can lead to unbelievable “saves,” but can you hone them or are you just born with them? Start building your editorial sixth sense with this first set of tips today, in my How To column at Copyediting.com. More tips to come. Can that…
Use procrastination to increase productivity. I tell you how in my How To column at Copyediting.com.
Today, in my How To column at Copyediting.com we look at the data that Word automatically text going to your files — and how to get rid of it. Includes instructions for MS Word on a Mac and Windows.
Strategies to note and track copyediting tasks — today, in my How To column at Copyediting.com. Related to in this piece: