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Convenient editing software for indie authors
Buying editing software can be a wise choice because it is so costly (and valuable for every cent) for professionals. Here is an overview of the four best authoring utilities that offer "first-pass" or "last-pass" editing to correct errors in orthography, grammar and punctuation. Here is an overview of the four best authoring utos. They do much more than the integrated spell and spell-checking in your text editor.
You can even link some of these utilities to a personal text editing application at the touch of a finger. It is remarkable that each utility provides a Windows-only version of the Microsoft Windows plug-in. It seems to be difficult to write and nobody yet has it. In order to make a comparison of these utilities, I used the first section of a book I wrote, which I thought was fairly well-written.
The AutoCrit system provides a great deal of information, well organised in a clear user area. But, hey, if you feel down with your mistakes, just click on the "Compare with Fiction" page to see how your letter piles up against released works, complete with paperback books and best-sellers. Grammar provides information both line by line and in summarized format.
And I like the way it follows me on the Internet to review my WordPress blogs, my Google Docs, Gmail and comments, and feedbacks on other blogs and post. This also fixes my comments and my comments on other postings.
Since I' m a pro author, it's awkward to make fundamental grammar and orthography mistakes in fast, socially acceptable way of posting and e-mailing, so I appreciate this work. As with most rugged editing utilities, Gramarly provides preferences for various types of writing: commercial papers, fiction, creative non-fiction, health, technical and incidental texts.
I' m putting mine on imaginative articles. The grammatical editing software provides line by line editing and a summarizing overview. ProWritingAid is the most useful of all the tested utilities, although the interfaces are not as clear as the others. I will still use grammar because it follows me around the web, but with its thorough criticism I think ProWritingAid will make me a better one.
The ProWritingAid also provides some enhanced functions that might interest you. Your development interface allows software engineers to include a write analytics in any application they develop. Smart Edit is the first-pass editing solution for authors and authors of novels working under Windows. Because I' m Mac-based, I couldn't check it, but I've collected a great deal of information from the screen shots and reviews on their website.
As with AutoCrit and Grammarly, SmartEdit performs a range of reviews of your work and identifies problem areas. Open your script directly in SmartEdit or copy and past it from your text editor into SmartEdit Editor. SmartEdit, like ProWritingAid, can be considered by professionals and publishing houses because it allows you to create a list of issues that the application has captured in Excel, PDF, HTML, CSV and text.
These types of feedbacks help a great deal in communication with authors and editorial staff. I' d purchased Gramarly before I knew there were other ways, and I like it. In fact, I know that editing is the most important factor that drives my writing career.
A book's popularity is dependent on the costly workmanship. For most authors, I think the simplest and most compelling interface is AutoCrit, Grammarly and SmartEdit. ProWriting Aid could be overwhelming the ordinary author, but I think you'll like it.
However, it is reasonably priced enough to connect to another utility, as I did with Grammarly. Are you a publication pro, i.e. an editorial, publication or group blogs reader, you will probably want to select between ProWritingAid and SmartEdit. The fact that Grammarly is always with you is a big plus if you are writing a great deal of information on the web on the fly.
There is SmartEdit, but I work on Mac and not on Windows. Everyone except SmartEdit offers counterfeiters. Indeed, when a utility was accusing me of counterfeiting, I was quite offended until I hit the hyperlink and found part of my history in a blogs posting on my website.
Can I see that the counterfeiting utility would be useful for teachers, investigators and other university graduates who may have so much text so imbibed that they can no longer recall when an image of typing came to someone else. It is interesting that the two more author-oriented ones - AutoCrit and Grammarly - are significantly more costly at around $140 each.
At $57 and $67, the largest SmartEdit offering is a great deal. They can use it for free on their website, and they provide a free Google add-on for the Google Chromebrowser and a free WordPress-plug-in. In my search for the best cutting implements for authors, I found many other good cutting and typing implements that I would like to tell you about.
This includes free and affordable easy editing utilities, collaboration editing utilities, text-to-voice reader and editing utilities with unparalleled capabilities that can appeal to specific types of authors, editorials and publishing houses. I' ll check them in my next blogs. New to you are the utilities I've included in this article, or have you been using them for a while?
I would like to get your feedback on the utilities you like (and dislike) and utilities you think I should incorporate in upcoming reviews, in the commentaries below.