award-winning Plain English Writing software solutions
StyleWriter, our award-winning writing software, instantly transforms your writing into plain English - a style that is clear, concise and readable.
The world's most powerful plain English proofreading & editing software.
The only editing software to guarantee you write in a jargon-free style.
Smart-Spell finds inconsistencies and errors missed by standard spell checkers.
StyleWriter provides meaningful statistics and ratings you can use to become a better writer.
Check for your own style rules and proofreading issues
The Writing Course teaches you everything you need to know to become a good writer and editor.
The Electronic House Style lets organizations check for consistent use of product names, dates, titles and other standards.
Transform your writing into a clear, concise readable style
Starter and Standard Editions
A StyleWriter edition to suit your budget and writing needs.
Add the Professional Editor's List feature to the Standard Edition.
StyleWriter Spelling Checker
Find errors missed by conventional spell checkers.
StyleWriter Jargon Buster
Comprehensively check any document for jargon.
How to Write an A-grade essay
Clear Writer's Bulletin issue 01 - We’ve written this guide for students and researchers to improve writing standards. The guide explains how to research, organize, write and edit your next essay or research paper. Read more
Does grammar checkers work?
After ten years of benchmarking the progress of these grammar checking programs, not one of them has made significant improvements toward creating a system that can reliably find and correct the twenty most common usage errors made by first year composition students at American colleges and universities. Read more
US Government passes Plain Language Act
It’s official. The government must write in clear English. In October 2010 Congress passed the Plain Language Act (read the guidelines) requiring federal employees to write tax returns, aid applications and forms in easy-to-understand plain language. Read more
Who edits the editors?
In The Institute of Scientific and Technical Communicators magazine, John Revington reviews the latest StyleWriter 4. He finds ‘StyleWriter 4 has plenty to offer, even to the most experienced technical communicator. Read more