Still working the hard way? If you're editing, writing, or
typesetting in Microsoft Word, our program add-ins will save you time and money
and improve the editorial and typographical quality of every project. If you're
working on long documents (such as books), you'll find some of our programs
indispensable. Click the blue links below to find out more. You may also be
interested in our free newsletter, Editorium Update, which provides unusually
useful tips on working in Microsoft Word.
for Microsoft Word
A program add-in is a collection of macros that
run in Microsoft Word, making it do any number of things it couldn't ordinarily
handle, such as finding and replacing multiple items, cleaning up common
editorial problems, and extracting embedded footnotes. All of our programs
include batch processing, letting you do in minutes what used to take hours.
Why not give them a try?
LyXConverter converts Word Microsoft documents into LyX documents.
IndexLinker creates hyperlinks from index page numbers
back to the text to which they refer. If you're creating ebooks or PDFs with indexes, you need IndexLinker!
BookMaker automates typesetting and page layout in Microsoft Word.
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ETKUltimate combines three terrific products into one
sweet deal. Let your computer do the heavy lifting! You
can learn more here.
Our Most Popular
Editor's ToolKit Plus, our premier
program, includes Editor's ToolKit, FileCleaner, QuarkConverter,
and NoteStripper, all in one integrated program. This comprehensive
editing suite gives you the tools to take a publication from raw manuscript to
finished files ready for typesetting.
Editor's ToolKit provides powerful
tools for editing in Microsoft Word, including the ability to show and stet
revisions at the touch of a key. Quickly transpose words, transpose characters,
change case, insert dashes and bullets, mark spec levels, change text to true
title case, and much more.
FileCleaner cleans up common
typographical problems in electronic manuscripts, including multiple spaces,
multiple returns, spaces around dashes, improperly typed ellipses, ells used as
ones, directly applied font formatting (while retaining character formatting
such as italic), and so on. Many of our customers say they can't live without this program.
NoteStripper strips embedded,
automatically-numbered notes as numbered text to the end of a document (while
retaining italics and other formatting), or converts text notes into embedded,
automatically-numbered ones! It can also strip notes inline with typesetting codes for Ventura, PageMaker, TeX,
fXT, and other typesetting programs. In addition, it can strip notes to and
from the ends of sections (as well as the ends of documents), and it provides a
variety of other tools to make working with notes a snap.
QuarkConverter converts edited Word
documents into XPressTag files that can be imported into QuarkXPress while
retaining style names and character formatting such as italic and bold. Fixes
bad hyphenation and other typographical problems. Provides cross-platform
character conversion from PC to Mac or Mac to PC. Converts Word index entries
into QuarkXPress index entries, allowing editors to index in Word.
QuarkConverter may cut your typesetting time and expenses in half.
InDesignConverter converts edited Word
documents into InDesign tag files that can be imported into InDesign while
retaining style names and character formatting such as italic and bold. Fixes
bad hyphenation and other typographical problems. Converts Word index entries
into InDesign index entries, allowing editors to index in Word before typesetting takes place.
InDesignConverter could cut your typesetting time and expenses in half.
DEXter makes indexing in Word a snap.
If you're tired of messing with XE codes and bookmarks, you need
DEXter—the first truly professional indexing program for Microsoft Word
DEXembed embeds entries from indexes
created in SKY Index, CINDEX, or MACREX.
IndexDeconstructor converts a
back-of-the-book index into a tab-delimited file that can be imported into a
standalone indexing program such as SKY Index, CINDEX, or MACREX.
ScrIndex finds and indexes scripture
citations in a Microsoft Word document.
ListFixer converts automatic numbers
and bullets into fixed numbers and bullets—or vice versa—for lists
in the active document, all open documents, or all documents in a folder. It
also applies fixed numbers and bullets to selected paragraphs, so you can number
lists with real numbers in a
flash. If you're tearing your hair out over automatic lists, you need
MegaReplacer replaces multiple text
strings (characters, words, or phrases), text formatting, or styles in multiple
documents. The perfect tool for achieving complete consistency in a manuscript
or for cleaning up all kinds of errors in one fell swoop. Don't waste your time
making the same old editorial changes over and over again. Let MegaReplacer do
it for you!
MultiMacro automates repetitive tasks
by running a list of macros or Word commands on all open documents or all
documents in a folder. The ultimate in batch processing with Microsoft Word.
Puller copies delimited items (such as
parenthetical source citations or typesetting codes) from the active document,
all open documents, or all documents in a folder. It pastes the items into a
new document, sorts them alphabetically, and deletes duplicates, leaving you
with a comprehensive list of the delimited items in your project. You can use
the list to compile a bibliography, create a typesetting spec sheet, and so on,
depending on the delimited items you specified.
RazzmaTag finds Microsoft Word
formatting and tags it with user-defined codes—or vice versa—in an
open document, all open documents, or all documents in a folder. It's the
perfect tool for tagging Word files for typesetting programs such as
QuarkXPress, Ventura, or TeX—or for turning tagged files into formatted
WordCounter counts the number of words,
pages, and characters in the active document, all open documents, or all
documents in a folder. If you bill by the page or just need to get a handle on
the size of your projects, you'll find this macro indispensable.
WordSetter makes it possible to adjust
word spacing (tracking); insert crop marks; automatically style block
quotations, lists, and poetry; and (on a Macintosh) use ligatures in Microsoft
Word. It also includes other features and organizes Word to make typesetting and
desktop publishing easy.
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Academic Editorial Services
Adept Content Solutions
All Credit Media Ltd
American Bar Association
American College of Surgeons
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Alexander Editorial Services
Allen Editorial Ltd
Allen, Kopet & Associates
Alliance for Children and Families
Alpha Science Editors
American Enterprise Institute
American Geophysical Union
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
American Library Association
American Medical Association
American Nuclear Society
A-R Editions, Inc.
Archer Editorial Services
The Art Institute of Chicago
Articulate Eye Design
August House Publishers, Inc.
The Australian National University
Avalon Publishing Group, Inc.
Baker Publishing Group
Bar Association of San Francisco
(Volunteer Legal Services Program)
Baron Editorial Services
Becker Editorial Services
Before the Book
Bergez & Woodward
Berryville Graphics, Inc.
Beyond Paper Editing
Blanchard Editorial Services
Bluefish Bay Editing & Publishing Svcs
BN Typographics West
Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Brimstone Media Ltd
BS & MH, Ltd.
Byte & Type Limited
Bytheway Publishing Services
Cadman Editing Services
Calico Publishing Association
Canadian Journal of Development Studies
Canadian Psychiatric Association
Cancer Research Institute
Carlisle Publishing Services
Carter Publishing Studio
Catholic Relief Services
The Catholic University of America Press
Center for Great Plains Studies
Center for Hellenic Studies at Harvard
Central Banking Publications
Centro de Estudios CCC
Charles River Labs
Chicago Review Press
Christian Schools International
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Church of the Great God
CLARITY Document Design
Clive Tolley Editorial Services
Cloudstreet Communications, Inc.
CMS Hasche Sigle
Codex Editorial Services
Cole Freelance Indexing
College of New Caledonia
Columbia College Chicago
Columbus City Schools
Conover Literary Agency
Corporate Legal Times LLC
The Countryman Press
Critical Asian Studies
CSIRO Land and Water
Development Alternatives, Inc. (DAI)
DAO Editorial Services
DEL Editorial Services
Dennis & Sackett Design, Inc.
Department of Environment, Perth, Australia
Department of Primary Industries
Derksen Printers Ltd.
Deseret Book Company
Design & Illustration
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Diligent Editorial and Book Production Service
DiscipleGuide Church Resources
Document Data Services
Dog Ear Publishing
Dovetail Content Solutions
Duke University Press
Duke University History Department
EASL - Journal of Hepatology
The Editor's Desk
The Editor's Mark
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Erasmus University Rotterdam
Erin Johnson Design
An Executive Assistant
Executive Publishing Services
F.A. Davis Publishing Company
Fakenham Photosetting Ltd
Final Touch Proofreading & Editing
Finance and Commerce
The Finer Points
First Glance Indexing
Firestone Specialty Products
Florida State University
Forbes Mill Press
Ford Editorial Services
Forte Canberra Consulting
Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies
Frances Bowles Editing & Indexing
Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Freelance Editorial Services
Fuller Law, LLC
Genstar Consulting Group Inc.
Georg Thieme Publishers
Georgetown University Press
Getty Research Institute
GGS Information Services
Goldfarb Gale Family Trust
Good Written English GWE AB
Gopa & Ted2, Inc
Grady Editorial Services, Inc.
Graphic Press Ltd
Great Lakes Editorial Services
Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.
Grid Typographic Services, Inc.
Gryphon House, Inc.
The Happy Apostrophe
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
Harvard Education Publishing Group
Harvard University Divinity School
Harvest House Publishers
Health Matters, Inc.
Health Technology Analysts
Helen Birkbeck Language & Editorial Services
High Text Graphics, Inc.
Hilary Powers - Developmental editing and copyediting
Historical Research Associates, Inc.
The Home Office
Humanities, Curtin University
Image Process Design
Indiana University Press
INSTAP Academic Press
Institute for Research on Poverty
I.P.S. Services, Inc.
J.K. Eckert & Co., Inc.
J. Paul Getty Trust
J.R. Editorial Services
John Hall Proofreading Services
Johns Hopkins University Press
Kent State University Press
Keystroke Typesetting and Design
Kimberly Creative Services
Kinetic Publishing Services, LLC
KLO Publishing Service, LLC
Koechel Peterson & Associates
KOK Edit: Katharine O'Moore-Klopf, ELS
Lachina Publishing Services
Lasotell Pty Ltd
Law Offices of Gregg H. Grossman P.C.
Lawrence & Wishart
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
The Little Red Pen
Liz Paton Editorial Services
Louisiana State University Press
Lucy Seton-Watson Editing
Mach 3 Solutions Ltd
Mallon Publishing Services
Management Systems International, Inc.
Mansbridge Editing & Transcription
Maple-Lipa Translations, Slovenia
Marzano Research Laboratory
Materials Research Society
Maybin Healthcare Communications
M. E. Sharpe, Inc.
Mead & Hunt
Meadow Creek Enterprises, LLC
MediHerb Pty Ltd
Michigan State University Press
Midnight Oil Proofreaders
MillerCox Design, Inc.
Millis Indexing Services
Minnesota Historical Society Press
Michigan State University Press
Mind Matrix Publishing
Mizpah Publishing Services
MMS Fluid Filtration
Modern Language Association
Modern Language Quarterly
Molly Heron Design
Montana Historical Society Press
Multnomah Publishers Inc.
My Two Cents Editing
National Aboriginal Health Organization
National Ground Water Association
National Institute for Trial Advocacy
Naval War College
New Mexico Historical Review
New York Botanical Garden Press
New York University Press
Nimble Books LLC
NMN Enterprises Ltd.
NOAA Coastal Services Center
Nolte Associates, Inc.
Nomad Editorial Services
North Market Street Graphics
Northwestern University Press
NRC Research Press
The Oak Studio Limited
Oceana Publications, Inc.
Ohio State School for the Blind
Ohio State University Press
Ohio University Press
Omega Clay Design
Original Writing Ltd.
Owl and Pen Editing
Oxford University Press
Ozark Christian College
Papa Murphy's Int'l
Paranoia Publishing, LLP
Partners Rx Management, LLC
Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission
Pathology Consulting Services
Patrick B. Inman, Academic Editor
PB Facilities, Inc.
Pearson Education NZ
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PEN American Center
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Peter Basso Associates, Inc.
Peter Lang Publishing
Pearce Properties Pvt Ltd
Pike & Fischer
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Pluma Language Services
Princeton Editorial Associates Inc.
Procter & Gamble
PS Editorial Services
Publication Services Inc,
Quad Right Editorial
Quintrex Data Systems
Rachel Lyon Publishing Services
Random House of Canada Limited
RDH Building Sciences Inc.
Reaktion Books Ltd
Red Barn Publishing
Reformation Heritage Books
Reitt Editing Services
Rich Metter Graphics Studio
Richard Powell Editorial Services
Right Line Editing & Design
Rimmer Indexing Service
Riverside Indexes, Inc.
Roney Editorial Services
Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group
The RVSM Company
Rutgers University Press
Sandhurst Editorial Consultants
Scientific Editorial Services
Scott Citron Design
Sea Fish Industry Authority
Shoemaker & Hoard
Simon and Schuster
Sixteenth Century Journal
Slavic Review, University of Illinois
SMK Editorial Services
Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada (SOGC)
Solution Tree Press
Southern Illinois University Press
Specialist Publishing Services LTD
Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.
State of Montana/State Procurement Bureau
Steve Jackson Games
Still Mountain Graphics
Stone Bridge Press
The Stone Cottage
Studies in English Literature, Rice University
Sunrise Data, Inc.
Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea
Talent International Development Ltd
Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Taylor & Associates Architects
Texas Christian University Press
Teachers College Press
Tel Aviv University
Temple University Press
Texas Tech University Press
Timely Publication Services
Trivium Publishing LLC
Truman State University
21st Century Christian, Inc.
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University of Otago Department of English
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U.S. Census Bureau
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Naval Institute
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The Well-Chosen Word
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Westchester Book Group
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White Clay Editorial
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Word Cat Editorial Services
WordMaven Editorial Services
Wordsmith Publication Services Ltd.
Words by Haught
Words That Work!
Wordsworth Publishing Services
World Literature Today
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The Write Word, Inc.
Writing at Work
Writing Wizard Editing and Proofreading
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lines. Thanks again!" —Peter L., Arlington, Virginia.
"I'm crazy about
Editor's Toolkit Plus! Greatest thing since Velveeta. I recommend it every
chance I get." —Craig T., Annapolis, Maryland.
"I was prepared to go to great lengths to get Editor's ToolKit Plus going
for this next project, and I am delighted
that I will have it on my primary computer! (By the way, I am not always this
enthusiastic about so-called editorial timesavers—one press that I work
for has a complex set of custom macros put together by an outside vendor that I
refuse to use—I'll still work for them, but only on pencil edits. Your
stuff is elegant: it does what it says it will do, well.)" —Deborah
"Thank you for MultiMacro! What a great product! Just now wrote some
macros and ran them successfully against a folder's worth of manuscripts. I
could cry I'm so grateful. You've made my day." —Melissa B.,
Chester, New York
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What a wonderful resource!" —Terry Y., Belleville, Illinois
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"Thanks for NoteStripper; what an amazing program. . . . I took most of
yesterday to do 'The Wars of The Jews' by Flavius Josephus. It had text-only
footnotes at the end of each chapter. . . . After Notestripper made the
footnotes . . . Word obligingly renumbered them all, etc. I ended up with
hundreds of footnotes in a very large book—all perfect." —Doug
C., Edina, Minnesota
"With a small amount of effort in creating the macros, I was able to
complete this sophisticated project [with MultiMacro] on almost 100 files in a
small amount of time. Thanks again!" —Joe Z., Atlantic Highlands,
"After reading a post about your programs on the Editorial Freelancer
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Plus, and ran a few tests with it on some files I'm getting ready to edit. And
all I have to say is WOW! I think I'm in love! (With the program, that is =)
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days are up. Thanks for developing a program that allows editors to concentrate
on our great love—THE WORDS—without getting all hung up on all that
other junk!" —René S., Golden, Colorado
Doug Clapp, who makes wonderful books for Microsoft Reader at PocketPCpress,
posted the following unsolicited testimonial on his Web site. We blush to
We now interrupt this boilerplate stuff to praise Jack
Lyon [proprietor of the Editorium].
If Jack didn't exist, many of the books on this site
wouldn't exist. Oh, they might exist in time, but their creation would have
been much much harder. Maybe even "too hard"; I'm not sure. It's like
this. Turning text into a Microsoft Reader eBook usually involves lots of
formatting, editing, munging and messing with text and punctuation. It's often
a sweaty three-way bout between me, the text and Microsoft Word.
I usually win the match (not always, but usually) thanks
in large part to tools that Jack Lyon makes. Jack is quite simply the Microsoft
Word Jedi Master. Obi-Jack.
Jack creates and sells (very reasonably!) collections of
macros that automate tasks in Word that would be hard to do "by
hand"—and in some cases, just flat out wouldn't be possible to do.
Amazing things. Incredibly useful. Priced right. And really really fast.
His tools can be found on his quite civilized website:
editorium.com. If you use Word to do your job, like me, and have wished that
Word "could only do this or only do that" . . . check it out. And you
can also sign up for a free weekly newsletter of tips and tricks for Microsoft
Word. Betchallearnalot. Great stuff.
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