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Subject:Re: Editing Tests From:"Kim L. Shaw" <103205 -dot- 402 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 28 Aug 1996 10:48:30 EDT
Ron's right -- it's easy to get a little lax when you work without other
writers. I'm not aware of any editing tests, but I've found two things helpful
for keeping the edge on editing and grammar skills. One, attend an occasional
writing conference, especially classes on the mechanical aspects of writing.
Two, read something motivational at least once a year. The Elements of Style is
Words & Graphics, Inc.
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