Tuesday, July 11, 2006
: # 11:02:00 AM
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Last Thursday I ran one of my semi-regular, full day onscreen editing workshops, largely but not entirely focused on Microsoft Word, for Simon Fraser University's Writing and Publishing Program.
I've now posted selected audio files from the workshop that you can listen to for free:
Part 1: A history of Word: how it looks at documents, and why it works the way it does ( MP3 file, about 1 hr 15 min).
Part 2: Wrestling word to the ground: preferences, Track Changes, and other nastiness ( MP3 file, about 1 hr 15 min).
Part 3: Editing for the web and email: what's the same, what's different, and how to make it work ( MP3 file, about 30 min). Also see my previous podcasts on the topic.
My latest workshop always appears at
penmachine.com/word, and you can look at the top of my Editors' Association page for links to all of them on various web and editing topics.
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