Copy editing is a favourite pastime of mine. Monitoring for inconsistencies, repetition, style incongruities, and readability is both deeply relaxing and a fun puzzle to solve.
Below is an example of some copy editing I did for a University of Calgary acquaintance. M is responsible for writing the policies and procedures required at her engineering firm. I made some suggested changes to encourage a firmer tone and identified inconsistencies. As always, my favourite part of any copy editing project is the creation of a unique style sheet.
This freelance work is an example of the copy editing approach I take in all of my technical writing and documentation work.
(While my classmate has kindly allowed me to publish this piece, she requested that some of the proprietary information be redacted.)