Quick Fixes for Business Writing: An Eight-Step Editing Process to Find and Correct Common Readability Problems
Productive Publications, May 14, 2014 - Business writing - 159 pages
Quick fixes for business writing breaks down the editorial process into a series of tasks which are designed to improve the readability of the final product. It will be invaluable to you; regardless of whether you are a novice or a proficient editor. This book helps you to develop a systematic eight-step approach. It identifies functions that you may have been performing only intuitively. It will provide you with techniques to improve your written material.
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TAKE OUT THE TRASH
Untangle the knots
ELIMINATE THE EQUATIONS
LEAD WITH STRENGTH
PARADE YOUR PARAGRAPHS
And in conclusion
The One Minute Editor
Point form writing
Common Editing Marks
How to Write Worse
ACTIVATE THE PASSIVES
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