Everyone is different. From how they write to how they edit and publish material, each person does things their own way. I, for instance, rarely print an article or blog post. I do have them saved in my documents, but I edit them on-screen.
However, I always print at least a couple of copies of each eBook, eCourse, etc. I print one to begin with, do the edits on paper, then enter them into the computer. Once done, I reprint and read over the manuscript again. If I make more edits, I then enter those into the computer. And this is how it goes until I am done.
Right now I’m keeping each copy, but I am thinking about only saving the final draft in paper form. The other drafts could go in the scrap paper box, and then be shredded when no longer useful. We shall see.
So, do you print before editing? Let us know in the comments, or email me personally at firstname.lastname@example.org. I reply to everyone!
Shannon L. Buck
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