I am pleased to announce that EditTools version 3.5.22 has been released and is available at wordsnSync. This release is a free upgrade for current licensees.
EditTools will be discussed as part of a 3-part article next week on the 3 stages of copyediting and tools to use in each stage, but I wanted to let current users know of the free upgrade’s availability. For those of you who are editors but who haven’t tried EditTools, a 15-day trial is available.
If you have tried EditTools in the past and decided it was not for you, you might want to take another look. Several major changes have been introduced in this release, including the ability to customize the tabs in the Never Spell Word macro, the ability to have the Journals macro make italic or not italic entries in its dataset, and an expanded and improved Insert Queries macro.
The prior release brought significant changes as well, the most notable of which is the Custom Dictionaries macro.
For more information about EditTools or to download a trial version, visit wordsnSync.
(Disclosure: I am the creator of EditTools and the primary owner of wordsnSync Ltd.)