Microsoft Excel's Track Changes function allows revisions to be made to a document and keeps a complete record of all changes made. This can be useful for collaboration and editing.
After you have an outline and have researched your subject, it is time to write your essay. This podcast details the steps you should follow to produce a successful essay and improve your overall writing.
A straight path is rarely interesting. Twists and turns that increase the sense of struggle provide an opportunity for the readers to build stronger emotional bonds with the character and build suspense.
This is the second article in a series that outlines the mechanics of doctorial dissertation writing. It provides potential PhDs with tips on how to handle the difficult tasks of selecting a thesis topic, a supervisor and a thesis committee.
Having a great idea isn’t enough; you have to know how to communicate it. This podcast provides suggestions, such as avoiding repetition or using original thought, to help you better express your ideas in writing.
This is the second in a series of articles addressing several common grammatical issues. This article explains phantom or one-sided comparisons, which might be the most prevalent issue of all, particularly in academic papers.
While it's natural to simply want to put pen to paper and begin plugging away at that technical document or business proposal, a little planning before you begin to write may save you from a room full of blank stares at the next office meeting.
Proper business writing can help you engage your audience and map out your ideas. If you are looking to decide on a topic for a business pitch and want to make connections between your gathered information. This podcast has helpful tips for you, including how to organize your subtopics.
Scribendi.com's humorous video about the life of a professional editor.
Earlier today, our team of dedicated professional editors checked the 250 millionth word of text to be entrusted to our company.