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24×7 Editing Announces Layout Formatting Service

December 14, 2013

The service ensures that the manuscript is prepared as per university guidelines

(PRWEB) December 14, 2013

24×7 Editing has announced the launch of their layout formatting service. This is an addition to the editing services which the company has been providing for some years. It will enable students to avail comprehensive revision of research papers. The team will not only remove the mistakes in layout, but also make suggestions for improvement and will make the paper presentable.

Everybody who has ever worked on an academic paper or is working on one knows how important formatting is. Every university lays down certain guidelines according to which research paper needs to be presented. If these guidelines are not followed then students stand the risk of losing marks. In extreme cases the paper might be disqualified altogether. The guidelines are regarding the page layout, running head, and size of the margins, the rules for the fonts and the spacing, and pagination. Most universities follow certain well known formats like the APA style, MLA style or Turabian style. The company has writers, proofreaders and editors, who are skilled in using all these styles.

Being new to the formatting styles, most students are unable to grasp them. It is common for many students to make small mistakes, which they do not even notice. A spokesman of the company suggested that students take their help so that they do not lose marks for minor errors. The company has kept their rates for this service competitive, so as to keep it within the budget of all students.

About us:

24X7 Editing is a team of highly experienced academic professionals whose goal it is to help students with their assignments and ensure that they meet deadlines and guidelines established by the universities. Contact them at contact(at)24x7editing(dot)com.

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