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    There’s no wrong answer as long as the work gets edited

    What does the underlined phrase mean in the paragraph below?

    If you have a very small team or are in a rush, you might be tempted to skip the developmental editing phase. But know that an investment in that close read of an early draft is often beneficial to the piece and to the writer’s overall growth. Many content teams peer-edit work, which can be great. Other organizations prefer to run their work by a dedicated editor. There’s no wrong answer as long as the work gets edited.

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    Re: There’s no wrong answer as long as the work gets edited

    It doesn't matter how you choose to get the work edited provided that it is edited.

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    Re: There’s no wrong answer as long as the work gets edited

    Please tell us the source and author of your quoted text.

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