An American Editor

January 1, 2016

Worth Noting: EditTools Version 7.0 Released

Filed under: A Good Deal,Worth Noting — americaneditor @ 4:00 am
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Happy New Year!

EditTools 7.0 is now available!

With the new year, wordsnSync Ltd has released EditTools version 7.0. Significant enhancements have been made to many macros in EditTools. EditTools macros are designed by and for editors to make editing more efficient and accurate.

The release is a free upgrade for registered users. If you haven’t yet tried EditTools, now is a good time to do so.

To obtain version 7, click or paste this link: http://wordsnsync.com/download/edittools-v70.zip. Alternatively, go to the Downloads page at wordsnSync (www.wordsnSync.com) and click on “Download EditTools v7.0”.

To discover which macros have been improved, go to the EditTools product page (http://wordsnsync.com/edittools.php or at the website, click in the main menu Products > EditTools) and look for the . Information about the enhancements is found on each macros’ description page. More in-depth information will be coming to An American Editor in the coming weeks.

The most extensive improvements have been made to the Journals Manager, the Toggle Managers, and to Reference # Order Check and Click List. However, be sure to check the other improved macros, too.

NOTE: EditTools requires Windows (either 32- or 64-bit) and Word (32-bit only). To use on a Mac, you need to use a program like Parallels to run Windows and Word for Windows.

Richard Adin, An American Editor

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