What to keep in mind if you use the 10th edition of the manual

If, like me, you edit academic or nonfiction manuscripts that follow AMA style, you may not be aware of some of the updates that have been made since the manual was published online in 2009, especially if you only reference the hard copy.

These changes didn’t warrant publishing a new version of the manual, but it’s important to keep up with these updates so you can make sure you implement AMA style correctly in your work.

This infographic lists some of these important changes. You can find the complete list here, and a full list of the errata for the hardcover version is available here.

I hope this is helpful!

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