Using a Copyediting Style Sheet

by | Oct 3, 2020 | Downloads, Productivity Hacks

Style sheets are an integral part of copyediting. Among other advantages, style sheets are a great companion because they make editing efficient. Recently, I spoke to editors from Indian Copyeditors Forum on the use of style sheets. The hour-long presentation has been converted into a playlist and is available on our YouTube channel. Here is the link to the playlist.

We are happy to share with you a modifiable template style sheet for you. All you have to do is download this template and start using it right away. Awesome, isn’t it?

Upon download, save it in your preferred location. When you begin new work, open this template, save it with a name of choice, modify the header to include your project name and start using the style sheet.

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