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Articles Categorized Working with Editors
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The Value of Communicating and Coordinating in Proofreading
Without good team communication and coordination, a proofreading project can quickly become disorganized and confusing for everyone involved.
What You Need to Know About Freelance Editing Contracts
Though not every editing job is put under contract, even low-risk projects would benefit from outlining the details with the client.
Rethinking Word as the Only Software for Editing
Workflows, and the software that drive them, are changing. Should editors work in something other than Word?
A Quick Guide to Dealing with Errors in Editing
It’s tempting to think that hiring an editor means your manuscript will be completely free of errors. But no editing job is perfect.
Your Style Sheet: What It Is and Why You Need One
Your editor sent you back your edited manuscript and it looks great. But what’s this other file they sent? Meet your style sheet.
A Quick Guide to Hiring the Right Editor
This quick guide will help you determine what you need in an editor, where to find them, and how to evaluate them before hiring them.
Why You Can’t Have Fast, Good, and Cheap
When you have to choose two options from “fast, good, and cheap,” what do you get?