Years ago, editing long documents gave me a splitting headache. Scrolling, scrolling, scrolling. Jumping between sections. Saving portions as separate documents to have open at the same time. Using a hard copy of the notes or the bibliography or another section so I could see it side-by-side with the text I was checking it against. And then I saw another editor do a magic trick that—voilà!—allowed her to simultaneously access two parts of the same document. Word calls this a split window or a split screen. And it’s one of my favorite editing tips and techniques.