There are many ways to search Writer's Helper for information on writing and editing.
First, take a look at the navigation buttons on the left. They show you the major divisions of the site. If you get started in the right section, you will find not only what you are looking for right now, but also related information.
Use the Site Map. In many cases, this will prove helpful because it groups pages into associated topics. The downside is that not all pages are listed on the site map. Newer software produces visitor-generated pages faster than I can add them to the Site Map.
...if you don't find what you want using either of the methods above, use the search box below. A spider crawls this site regularly and stores all the information. When you hit the Find button, every place on this site that uses the term you've entered shows up. You can scan the descriptions to see which spot would best meet your need.
In most cases, using the Search box works. I use it regularly. If your search shows no results,post your writing question or your your editing question to let others answer you. Your question will become one of those visitor-generated pages that others will discover when they come with the same question you have.
Once you've found what you need, be sure to bookmark this page so you can come back to find the answers to all your writing and editing questions.
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