Tag Archives: Onscreen editing

Fact-checking timesavers

Checking facts in the realm of general knowledge is a part of a copy editor’s job, and for some genres, like history or biography, it can be one of the most time consuming. Fortunately, a couple of really simple tools … Continue reading

Want to become a power Word user?

There are several spots left in On-screen Editing: Getting the Most out of Microsoft Word, the course that Grace Yaginuma and I are teaming up to teach in SFU’s Writing and Communications Program. We’ll cover all the basics, including Track … Continue reading

Onscreen editing: update

Registration is now open for the course Grace Yaginuma and I will be teaching this fall about onscreen editing with Microsoft Word. The course runs over three Saturdays, beginning on November 17, from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

Onscreen editing

This fall Grace Yaginuma and I will be teaching a course about editing with Microsoft Word, in Simon Fraser University’s Writing and Communications (formerly Writing and Publishing) Program. We’ll be covering topics like workflow, document cleanup, Track Changes, and styles, … Continue reading