Typing Instructions for Manuscript

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Published on August 16, 2018

Author: Manuscript_Typing

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Slide1: www.manuscripttyping.com TYPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MANUSCRIPT Slide2: www.manuscripttyping.com A manuscript is the earliest stage of a book. It is the unpublished version that is submitted to agents and editors for publication consideration. Slide3: www.manuscripttyping.com It is easy to reformat a typed manuscript saved on a computer compared to the days when it had to be retyped. Hence, in order to save time, the accuracy of programming typing is very important. Slide4: www.manuscripttyping.com Typing speed needs constant improvement. When you slow down and start to be more accurate instead of typing faster, you will notice the increase in the typing speed. Slide5: www.manuscripttyping.com A manuscript preparation starts with the clear understanding why you as an author want to publish this word and whether it is publishable. Write the most important conclusions as clearly as possible. Then work backward. Slide6: www.manuscripttyping.com When writing a research manuscript make sure to check your functional writing composition and style. Using proper paragraph structure is very important. Each paragraph should start with a topic sentence and end with the sentence to the next topic. Slide7: www.manuscripttyping.com The main purpose of the introduction of a research manuscript is to discuss the hypothesis that will be tested in the research. The section must end with a purpose statement. Slide8: www.manuscripttyping.com The introduction can be a very difficult part to write as it creates the context and the importance of the entire document. Hence, it is vital to come up with the words that relate to the ideas and images you wish to create in reader’s mind. Slide9: www.manuscripttyping.com The main thing to remember is to carefully check the logic of the introduction and how it related to the other parts of the manuscript . You should not mention any topics in the introduction that you will not address in the research project. Slide10: www.manuscripttyping.com By typing the methods section of the manuscript you are showing other researchers what you did in the study. You must be very accurate and specific as to the equipment you use and provide clear references to the methods. Slide11: www.manuscripttyping.com In this section, you need to think about how to explain the reader your experiment design and how it will be able to test your hypothesis mentioned in the introduction Slide12: www.manuscripttyping.com If you use a reference to a specific method, make sure you explain the reader exactly how it was done. Slide13: www.manuscripttyping.com The result section is an important part of the manuscript, where you provide data that are essential to the research and present them in a hierarchical manner starting by the most important data. This will help the reader to understand the main findings in the paper. Slide14: www.manuscripttyping.com In the result section you need to differentiate between results and data related methods. Slide15: www.manuscripttyping.com Use an opening paragraph to point out the most important findings of the investigation and then explain your results. Slide16: www.manuscripttyping.com A manuscript can be a very long document with hundreds of pages. Usually, a manuscript handwriting is not acceptable as well as it has to be free of mistakes. Slide17: www.manuscripttyping.com In many cases, manuscript typing is required to convert a handwritten document into an acceptable document. A lot of writers prefer to write their first draft by hand. Slide18: www.manuscripttyping.com As an author, you can type the manuscript yourself. However, this is a very time-consuming task. It is best to use manuscript typing service with years of typing experience. Their years of experience enabled them to carry out a wide range of various tasks. Slide19: www.manuscripttyping.com Professional typists will provide you with a sample of a manuscript , which will give you an idea of how the completed document will look like. Slide20: www.manuscripttyping.com For more information, visit our website www.manuscripttyping.com

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