Proofread Your Word File

Have your .Docx file proofread and get it back with tracked changes in minutes.

Here is where you upload the document file (.docx) you would like to send for proofreading. Our professional Angels will proofread the file and return it to you, together with the tracked changes, when it is completed.

You can save a .docx file using any word processing software, like Pages, Word and others.

After receiving the file, you can open it with your favorite word processing software, like Microsoft Word, Apple Pages or any other program for editing .docx files, review the changes, and decide whether to accept or reject each one. In order to see the tracked changes in the Word document, go to the Review tab on Word, and select the option to show the markup.

The preferred way to proofread Word files is by using our Word add-in, which can be found at the Office Store. When you use the Add-in, you can send the file for proofreading directly from within Word editor.

Remember, at eAngel, in order for us to be able to work in parallel, we limit the text length you submit to 2000 words. If you have a longer text, you need to split it into 2000-word chunks. This way, each member of our proofreaders team can work on a different piece at the same time.

If you want to proofread a presentation, click on Proofread a Presentation file. However, if you use Google Slides, we have a dedicated Google Slides add-on so you can send your presentation directly from there.

Are you guilty of skipping the proofreading step when creating your Word documents? If so, you may be doing yourself a disservice. Proofreading is an essential part of the document creation process, and it is particularly important for Word documents. By taking the time to proofread your Word documents, you can catch and correct any spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors, as well as ensure that your document is clear, concise, and easy to understand. This will help you to create professional and polished documents that effectively communicate your message.

One of the most important reasons to proofread your Word documents is to avoid embarrassing mistakes. Spelling errors, grammatical mistakes, and punctuation errors can make you look unprofessional and unprepared, which can damage your credibility and reputation. By proofreading your Word documents, you can catch these mistakes before they happen and avoid any embarrassment or loss of credibility.

Another reason to proofread your Word documents is to improve the clarity and coherence of your message. A well-written document is easy to understand and follow, whereas a poorly written document can be confusing and difficult to follow. By proofreading your Word documents, you can ensure that your ideas are presented in a clear and organized manner, which will make it easier for your readers to understand and retain the information you are presenting.

In addition to avoiding mistakes and improving clarity, proofreading your Word documents can also help you to identify any potential weaknesses or gaps in your argument. When you read through your document carefully, you may notice places where your logic is unclear or where you need to provide additional information or examples to support your points. By addressing these weaknesses before you share your document, you can ensure that it is strong and well-supported. So next time you're creating a Word document, don't forget to take the time to proofread it. It may take a little extra time, but it will be well worth it in the end. Your readers will appreciate the effort, and you'll be able to present your ideas in the best possible way.



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