RE: What to look for in a technical editor
An editor is a great resource. If you don't know how to take advantage
of the resource, shame on you.
I agree. My current editor has done a really good job of catching problems in logic, or suggesting places where more information could be helpful, which I really appreciate. :-)
So how *does* one take advantage of his/her editor?
Some clues are in my article "Working with a Technical Editor,"
Jean Hollis Weber
jean -at- jeanweber -dot- com
The Technical Editors' Eyrie http://www.jeanweber.com/
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