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Synonyms for editing

putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form

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You can even use Photo Soap's brushes to paint filter effects into an image," said Andy Gore, editor-in-chief of Macworld Magazine.
The awards were presented by Andrew Gore, Macworld magazine editor-in-chief, today from the show floor while cyber attendees tuned into the action live via Macworld Live
People working on the Web especially telecommuters, independent consultants and one-person departments within large corporations need the support of a community to keep up with the latest technical developments and avoid feeling isolated," said David Fiedler, editor-in-chief of WebDeveloper.
Our Network Computing editors worked at length to research and test the best products in the networking arena," said Patricia Schnaidt, Editor-in-Chief, CMP's Network Computing.
Worthington, who describes herself as a "scientist turned engineer turned editor," serves as Executive Director of the MacSciTech Association, in addition to her chores as editor-in-chief of the monthly SENN, which also appears in a print version.