Editing a multipage document with diagrams, photographs, tables and colour coded sections, using Adobe Acrobat Professional.
Shows some corrections made using Adobe Acrobat Professional in one of two clinical teaching manuals edited for the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre at Royal Darwin Hospital.
Two pages of the popular 'The Craic' section of the IRISHecho fortnightly paper.
Shows some spelling, grammar and sentence construction changes suggested in a brochure developed by a community group. This draft had some layout features in place which didn't require editing.
Shows edits in a more formal document, a report on market research, complete with tables. Editing consisted entirely of correcting spelling, grammar, and occasional sentence construction.
The fight against the invasive and noxious cane toad, Bufo marinus has a new weapons with the discovery that meat ants (Iridomyrmex reburrus and I. sanguineous) in Northern Australia are able to overpower and eat juvenile cane toads.
Article by Sue Cartledge, published in The Veterinarian, May 2009.
Sue Cartledge investigates the possible pitfalls of changing from one security provider to another, and discusses how these can be avoided.
Article by Sue Cartledge, published in Facility Management, October-November 2012.
Flavoursome brown shiitake mushrooms contain high levels of antioxidants, plus other compounds that boost the immune system to fight viruses and cancers or help lower cholesterol.
Green exercise' - doing physical activities in a park or other natural surroundings for as little as five minutes contributes to people's wellbeing and mental health.
A gym catering to 2600 members from teens to 40 year olds, and offering dancing, boxing and kids' activities as well as the usual gym classes and weights, needs floors that can take a battering and come up shining.
Advertorial by Sue Cartledge, published in FM magazine, June 2009
Managing total grazing pressure on extensive sheep stations is just one of the benefits of soon to be commercialised animal recognition technology which uses machine vision instruments to control animals' movements.
Article by Sue Cartledge, published in Australian Farm Journal, November 2008