Editing questions – our latest answers
To make sure we continue to answer all your most common questions about how to work with an editing or proofreading service, we've recently added several new website pages that provide a host of useful information.
As ever, we've addressed some of the most common topics and questions that people have when they're thinking of getting help with their business documents. If you need to know anything else or there's a particular topic you'd like to know more about, please don't hesitate to let us know.
In the meantime, check out the following new pages:
Editing and proofreading 101
Our central hub for all topics related to proofreading and editing, this introductory page is a resource where you can find the information you need quickly and easily.
Whether you have a question about how to submit your draft document to an editing service, need to know about typical turnaround times or simply want to check how much an editing job will cost, you'll find the answers here. If your question hasn't yet been addressed then please let us know, as we'd love to help out. And you're probably not the only one with that question...
Can you help with PDF editing and proofreading?
Customers sometimes need to know whether they can submit a PDF document for us to edit, or if they need to convert it into a different format before sending it in.
If you ever find yourself in the same situation (for example, if you need to have a company newsletter edited that your graphic designer has already turned into a PDF document), you can find out more about how things work here.
How to use our online quote calculator
'How much will it cost to edit my document?'. That's often the first question you'll need to know when choosing an online editing service, so we've made it simple to find out the price of our editing services with our online calculator. It's an easy way to get an instant quote for your project, so if you need to know how to get started, this guide will help.
Do you have any other editing questions? Let us know so that we can address them in a future post!