1. I am done doing the edits. <--This is grammatically correct but a bit unnatural and awkward.
2. I am done the edits. <--This is wrong.
Most natural way to say this is: I am done with the edits.
3. Can you please check to see if you are able to remove the highlighting on the attached doc? <-- This is correct but can be shortened and simplified to: Can you please check if you are able to remove the highlighting on the attached doc?
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