LaTeX Paper Editing and Proofreading Services provides professional academic and scientific proofreading services for the authors of LaTeX documents of all kinds. Learn more about how to submit your book, thesis, article, report, letter or other document for our LaTeX proofreading services.

The LaTeX document preparation system is used by many researchers and professionals to provide effective structure and appropriate formatting for a wide variety of scientific and technical documents in mathematics, computer science, physics, political science, statistics, economics and other areas of specialisation. It is also an excellent tool for preparing documents that make use of complex multilingual material that is not based on the Latin alphabet, such as the scripts used in Chinese, Sanskrit and Arabic. LaTeX enables an author to use markup tagging conventions to establish an overall structure for his or her writing according to the type of document being written (such as an article or a book), to add citations, references and cross references accurately and efficiently, and to stylise text as necessary using features such as italic or bold font to format headings and highlight passages. This precise control over the appearance of your writing is an enormous benefit, but it cannot guarantee that your documents will meet the formatting requirements of publishers or be error free even in terms of layout. However, a professional scientific manuscript editor who specialises in working on LaTex documents can provide the assistance you need, and has the trained professionals ready and eager to check and polish your work.
LaTeX Paper Editing Services
Regardless of the subject or format of the text you are writing, a high standard of expression and presentation must be maintained in scholarly and professional documents in order to communicate complex information and ideas with accuracy and precision. This means that your grammar and syntax should be effective and contain no errors of any kind, and also that the patterns of spelling and punctuation used in your document should be appropriate, correct and consistent. Any special terminology and nonstandard abbreviations should be defined or explained when first introduced and then used with care and consistency throughout the document. All citations and references must be both accurate and thorough, while tables and figures should present the complex data they contain in efficient ways that are immediately discernible by your anticipated readers. Along with the concerns associated with formatting, these and other elements of your writing add up to a great many details to be checked and perfected when you sit down to proofread your document. Fortunately, dedicating exacting attention to just such aspects of scholarly and professional text is precisely what the LaTeX proofreaders available through do so well. Their expertise will give you more confidence in the writing you submit for publication or grading and share with your colleagues or mentors.
Submission Guidelines
Many of our clients are senior researchers and advanced professionals who are not native speakers of English but who wish or need to present or publish their writing in the English language. Our LaTeX proofreaders can assist such authors in communicating as clearly and with as much precision and sophistication in English as they could were they writing in their native language. The services offered by can also be extremely helpful for native speakers of English who would like a second pair of professionally trained eyes to ensure that their writing contains no errors or inconsistencies in language or formatting and is generally polished to perfection.

When you send us your LaTeX document for scientific manuscript editing, please include with your submission any unusual style files (such as journal, style, sty, tex or ps files) that you used while preparing your text. Your proofreader or editor will then correct your language and formatting as necessary by making changes directly to your LaTeX source document and he or she will also provide you with a diff file to reveal those changes. Alternatively, you can save your LaTeX work as a PDF file, and this PDF can then be converted to a Microsoft Word document at You should send us both the PDF file and the Word document when you submit your work for scientific editing, and we will make corrections, share comments and explanations, and offer suggestions for further possible improvements in the Word document. These will be clearly visible in the tracked version of the Word document we return to you, so you will be able to add the corrections and any other changes you would like to make to your LaTeX source file. Please send us your writing today so that we can show you how significant a difference a professional editor or proofreader can make in your work.