editorDear Readers,

Producing a clean, error-free final draft isn't easy. Even the most carefully edited professional publications contain occasional typos.

Most readers understand this and aren't bothered by such infrequent problems. Yet when errors occur often, they create a poor impression and disrupt communication.

To edit well, it helps to know the basics of grammar and mechanics, but equally important are good editing habits. To be a strong editor, you'll need to be patient and attentive to detail.

Try using the suggestions below to develop good editing habits.

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