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comment What counts as a word when dealing with a word limit?
thank you for the advice. I wanted to ask here first before bothering the editor with a naive question. The numbers I was curious about are in the text.
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comment What methods can I use to revise my writing?
Thanks for the excellent answer. I currently use bzr for version control, and you are correct that it is an excellent tool.
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comment What methods can I use to revise my writing?
Thanks @Koen There is a lot of excellent advice here, but your 'algorithm' will be the most straightforward to apply. Have you used it? I will let you know how it goes.
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comment What methods can I use to revise my writing?
@Kate The first time around, I have a nice outline with a logical flow, the second time around, the flow has been lost, and I am interested in knowing the steps and order of steps required to put Humpty back together again.
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comment What methods can I use to revise my writing?
@Kate... I guess that this sounds easier to you than to me. I don't really know where to start or what order to work in. Any answer contained in the question is untested approach, so I came here for some expert advice. At this point, I think @John's answer is the closest to what I am looking for although most of the answers are helpful.