The dissertation is due on March 25. It is September 1. You have the notes, the bibliography, the outline, and the first draft. Unfortunately for you, you do not have expert level Microsoft Word skills. Formats scare you. Editing or enhancing graphics makes you cry. You think Photoshop is a class in the College of Fine Arts .
You need help.
Help is here.
Proofreading: this is the lightest service that I offer. I will correct typos, spelling mistakes, and objective grammatical errors. This service is for documents that have already been edited and need one final review to ensure 100% accuracy.
Copy editing: Includes proofreading and basic style formatting (ensuring that your styles are consistent throughout the document), as well as improvements to language, syntax, flow, diction, and clarity. This service is for well-written dissertations and other documents that require minimal adjustments.
Line editing: Includes copy editing, as well as improvements to phrasing, transition, flow, appropriate tone, and style formatting (such as APA 6th, Chicago, US Army, etc.). I will provide a critical analysis on the content and organization of your work. Line editing is suitable for most rough drafts.
Formatting: Includes all necessary adjustments to margins, citations, fonts, tables, table of contents, line spacing, layout, figures, and other typographical issues pertaining to a particular manual of style. I can work with the APA 6th Edition, MLA, Chicago, and Turabian manuals of style. Please contact me about other style manuals. I can also ensure that your document adheres to any university, company, state or Federal formatting requirements (you must provide the style guide). This service is included with line editing orders.
I charge a flat fee for document editing. Prices vary per order; please contact me for an exact quote.