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    alter vs. change vs. edit

    I just 'changed' or 'altered' or 'edited' this application form to add one more field.

    Are they all correct? If so, is there any significant difference?

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    Re: alter vs. change vs. edit

    They all work equally well for me with no significant differences in meaning.

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