On Tuesday, October 19, 2021, Daniel Heuman leads the Editors Canada webinar "Introducing The Chicago Manual of Style for PerfectIt."
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Presenter: Daniel Heuman
Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Time: 12:30 p.m. ET / 9:30 a.m. PT
Length: 1 hour
Level: All levels
This webinar is presented in partnership with PerfectIt.
The Chicago Manual of Style for PerfectIt launched in August 2021. Since then, over a thousand users have linked their CMOS Online and PerfectIt accounts to start working with it. This webinar will explore how you can use The Chicago Manual of Style for PerfectIt to save time in your editing work. It takes a deep dive into how the style works and what it finds. And it will also show the limitations of the style. This is a new, official product from The Chicago Manual of Style; so come along to see it in action and get answers to your questions from the team that developed it.
Daniel Heuman is the CEO of Intelligent Editing and the original developer of PerfectIt. He developed the software to provide users with a faster and more accurate way of handling mechanical editing tasks. His software is used by thousands of editors from freelancers to transnational institutions and Fortune 500 companies, including six of the global top ten pharmaceutical firms.
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