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How long to edit a thesis or academic paper?

Each thesis, assignment or academic treatise is different. To give an estimate of the time it takes to edit or proofread a thesis, freelance editor, Susie Stevens would need to view the work. This also allows Susie to make an assessment of what is required: edit or proofread. Find out the difference between editing and

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What’s the difference between editing and proofreading?

Traditionally editing is a three-part process: structural (substantive) edit copy edit proofread. In a nutshell, the structural edit is done if the manuscript needs some serious work to knock it into shape. The copy edit is a line edit where the editor checks paragraphs and sentences, fixes grammar, spelling and punctuation. The proofread is the

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4 reasons you need a resumé editor

I bin all resumés with spelling errors. It’s one way I cull lots of resumés to get to those people who are serious about the job. That’s what we hear from many recruitment managers. Our resumé editing service can make the difference between you getting an interview or your resumé being relegated to the reject

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Freelance Sydney Editor

Susie Stevens is a freelance editor working in Sydney Australia. Her experience as an editor is extensive with over 25 years working in the publishing industry. Expect professional editing and proofreading As a professional editor and proofreader, Susie uses the Style Manual 2002 sixth edition and Macquarie Dictionary as references. Susie also works to in-house

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Editing and Proofreading Rates

Bold Type is an editing and proofreading business based in Sydney Australia. We work for businesses, government departments, publishing companies, academics and writers from all over Australia and the world. Our rates are reasonable but not the cheapest you will find. However, you will get a very professional editor and proofreader with many years of

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Editorial question: should Internet be spelt with a cap ‘I’ or a lower case ‘i’?

As an editor writing for print and the web, I have been asked many times about how to write Internet – with a cap ‘I’ or a lower case ‘i’. In Australia, the source of all wisdom on such matters is the Macquarie Dictionary which advocates Internet with a cap ‘I’. They don’t give a

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Converting text from print to web publishing

Converting text from a traditional print format to a web-style format requires more than a traditional structural (substantive) edit and copy edit. The flow of a print document is linear. The same content on-screen requires a completely different navigational system. Recently, I was given the job to edit an Engineering Careers Manual which had been

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