Re: What not to write when you have no content
In the past, I've seen instances of writers using
greeking or other forms of meaningless content to bulk
out draft documents, in order to get a more accurate
page count for the final, or to get page breaks set in
advance. Sometimes, people forget to comb out their
spurious content - I think that is what we have here. This highlights the need for outside reviews and for
writers to not try to edit their own work.
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What not to write when you have no content: From: Keith Hood
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