- Only edit for short blocks of time;
- Edit in a quiet place to avoid distractions;
- Read your document out loud;
- Read your document backwards, reading the last page first and
working your way back to the first page;
- Changing something about your document (e.g., paper color,
font size, font color or spacing) to give it a fresh look.
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