I have found over the years as a copy editing that editing is always what you will do, strangely enough, one way or another. Even if you are performing a rigorous copy editing project in the customer’s outline, notes are often involved, and so is library and Internet research. And that usually entails some substantial rewriting of backup. If you use what you find on the web or in the library, apart from writing people for permission to use their material, there are times when you will somewhat reword what you find and match it to the customer’s work. Additionally, the customer will often offer you notes which are comprehensive enough to operate from, rewriting as you go and trying to keep to the customer’s overall voice.
So you must know the Character of copy editing for a copy editing writer. Editing comes in phases, which I will try to delineate for you to be able. Standard how to copyright your book involves editing for grammar, spelling, and syntax the sequence of words, arrangement of these, and also to some extent style and colour. Standard editing does not involve major rewriting, but there is the elimination of redundancies, fact checking like the proper spelling of names, etc… Beyond line editing, you will find far more comprehensive types of copy editing, although line editing can be very substantial by itself and demand the application and use of several style manuals, like the Chicago Manual of Style.
Content editing is the following stage. When you articles edit, you are usually rearranging items in a more major fashion, involving rewriting the entire voice to match the aimed for audience of their job, for example. When you content edit, you are altering the design and overall feel of their job to suit the customer’s specifications and the demands of the readers. You may shift around chapters, rename characters, put in or take out entire scenes, etc…
Finally, there is developmental editing. When you do so, you are coming much closer to fundamental copy editing from scratch, but you are still using the customer’s material to work from. There is generally plenty of stuff to edit from, but you have got to actually rework it at a vastly major method. You will be incorporating whole blocks of stuff, subtracting different portions, including in new scenes, new characters, new backgrounds and new details throughout. You basically take something that is dull and unfinished, filled with lousy stuff and redundancies and you turn it into a professional, polished job. Or you work with something that has good or even great ideas, but it requires completely rewritten and restyled so as to fit the customer’s and the readers’ needs far more precisely.