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Editing, Proofreading, Rewriting
« on: October 19, 2010, 04:45:33 PM »
Most of our customers do not distinguish the difference between meaning of editing, proofreading and rewriting. I am more than sure that our writers more proficient in this field, however someone can find this information useful for himself.
Editing is defined as correcting the errors in spelling,  punctuation, inappropriate vocabulary, grammar and  format of a written paper and improving its impact, flow and continuity of the discussion. In case the customer has any other instructions for his editing when using our service you keep the right to ask to be payed additionally even after the order is placed. 
Proofreading is defined as close reading of a written paper to check and correct errors in spelling, grammar and  punctuation. This service does not involve any kind of changing of the content and format of the paper and is done only to ensure that a paper with good content has no basic mistakes. In case you detect vivid problems with the content of the paper you might give your suggestion to the customer but it is not your responsibility to revise it when you are payed for proofreading only.
Rewriting is defined as the stage of the composing process that involves changing the content of the written paper or any of its parts and includes  revision, editing, and proofreading. You take the customer's rough draft and instructions and return him a final product that is a high-quality piece of writing.