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How Do I Print and Email Files?

Options to print and email your text can be found in the left side bar menu as shown here: The subsequent menu provides an option to print or email your text with the AutoCrit highlights and or with the AutoCrit analysis details found in the right side bar.

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Can I use AutoCrit to edit work that is not fiction?

Yes! AutoCrit does have a few reports that are specific to fiction. For example, dialogue and dialogue tags are primarily applicable for fiction. However, a full suite of non-fiction genre options is available inside the platform. We have many users who write non-fiction, technical, business, biographies and memoirs, etc. The areas most applicable to non-fiction […]

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What is AutoCrit?

AutoCrit is an online text editing tool focused on assisting writers improve their writing style, get published, and become successful authors. AutoCrit is not just a basic grammar checker or a spell checker. AutoCrit also identifies problems that prevent the reader from your enjoying story such as: Words that weaken your writing, such as too […]

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How do I get started with AutoCrit?

AutoCrit was designed with ease of use in mind. Follow these steps and you will be improving your writing in no time! Login Copy the text from your scene or manuscript Click the Category button to analyze your text. It’s that simple. There’s no software to install. No weird commands to learn. You can start […]

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How do I cut and paste from Microsoft Word?

There is a lot going on behind the scenes when you attempt to copy and paste information from a Microsoft Word document.  Word files are full of hidden style and formatting code which need to be stripped out of your text before AutoCrit can analyze it. The following process should be followed to accomplish this: […]

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What type of files can I upload?

AutoCrit supports all text files (those files ending with .txt), MS Word files (.docx), and rich text files (.rtf). Please contact customer support if a file type you wish to use is not supported.

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How do I analyze my text?

Click on the Category button located at the top of your screen to analyze your text. During editing, you can update your analysis results at any time by clicking on the Category button again.

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