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Month: April 2015

How to Outline an Essay

on April 27, 2015 by Proofreading Pal in Essays
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Writing a proper outline lets you focus on the first task first and all by itself: what to say. Don’t worry about the words yet. Don’t even think about complete sentences. This is only about lining up your content.

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6 Easy Steps for Writing Faster

on April 24, 2015 by Proofreading Pal in Books and Manuscripts
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Before beginning any project, sit down and think about what you want to accomplish. Too many people start projects before accurately identifying their goals, and this leads them to waste too much time on ideas and writing things that aren’t relevant.

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How Book Writers Get Paid — Part 2

on April 16, 2015 by Proofreading Pal in Uncategorized
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Navigating the complexities of the publishing business can be bewildering, but, with a little attention and a few explanations, you’ll be able to manage the business side of your writing career just as confidently as you approach the craft of writing itself.

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Cover Letters: 3 Lessons from Sales

on April 6, 2015 by Proofreading Pal in Admissions Essays
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Selling yourself, though, is the way of the hunt. It may seem reductive, even unsavory, to think of oneself as a commodity. But employment is by nature a sales transaction. You agree to sell your labor, and, to do so effectively, you need to be guided by three fundamental rules of salesmanship.

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What Plagiarism Is and How to Avoid It

on April 3, 2015 by Proofreading Pal in Essays
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It can be overwhelming, but there’s no need to let worries about plagiarism make writing papers harder. These are a few simple things to include in your writing practice so that you can easily avoid plagiarism.

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Using Microsoft Word Track Changes

on April 1, 2015 by Proofreading Pal in Uncategorized
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With Track Changes turned on, all edits are recorded and can be displayed in various ways. The problem is that this can lead to a bit of a mess, with little bubbles and different colors and lines everywhere. Fortunately, the Track Changes function can be customized to show you only the information you want, regardless of what settings the editor has used.

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