When you’re a writer and editor by trade, your expertise is … well … writing and editing. While much of our web-writing work extends beyond this area of expertise, we occasionally get the opportunity to write about writing and editing (beyond this blog).
Here are a couple of articles we’ve shared on our Facebook page recently.
Reading about writing is fun too, right?!
Our September calendar is filling quickly! We’re working on two capstone projects and a dissertation between now and September 20. We’re currently scheduling for the second half of September and beyond! If you’re writing this month, now is the time to get on our schedule.
It’s the last day of August, which is a sign that summer is quickly coming to a close. Students are back on campus on universities across the country, but if our summer workload is any indication, plenty of doctoral students were working this summer!
We completed a whopping 91 editing projects in June, July, and August! The third quarter of 2015 has been our most prolific summer yet. We started new relationships with DNP students just beginning the journey toward the degree, and we helped several long-term clients prepare for and successfully defend their dissertations and capstone projects.
We’re currently booking projects for the fall semester. During this summer, our schedule was consistently full 2 to 3 weeks out, so you don’t want to wait until the last minute to get a project in. The earlier you get on our schedule, the more quickly we can turn your project around when you submit it. Let’s get started!
A client recently inquired about the best way to center text in Microsoft Word. While you can set text alignment by selecting Format > Paragraph > Alignment, you have an easier option as well. Simply highlight the text you want to center (or place your cursor over the text), and you’re one click away from centered text.
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