Edit

Edit may refer to:

  • Editing, the process of correcting or revising text, images, or sound
  • Edit (application), a simple text editor for the Apple Macintosh
  • Edit (MS-DOS), the MS-DOS Editor, a plain-text editor for MS-DOS, included in some versions of Microsoft Windows
  • Edit (musician), American electronic DJ and producer
  • "Edit" (song), a song by Regina Spektor
  • A form of the female given name Edith

Other articles related to "edit, edits":

Fear Of A Blank Planet (song) - Track Listing - Roadrunner
... came housed in a cardboard sleeve with unique artwork and contains two radio-edit versions of the song ... Fear of a Blank Planet (Clean Edit) - 418 Fear of a Blank Planet (Dirty Edit) - 418 ...
Now Dance 92 - Track Listing (LP/cassette Release)
... Flavour Mix Radio Edit) LP/Cassette 1, side 2 U2 "Even Better Than the Real Thing" (The Perfecto Mix) Stereo MCs "Connected" (Full Length) Erasure "V ...
Wikipedia Editing
... Wikipedia is a wiki, meaning that anyone can edit any unprotected page and improve articles immediately for all readers ... who has edited is known as a "Wikipedian" and, no matter how trivial the edit may seem, can be proud that he or she has helped make Wikipedia what it is ... All of these edits add up! However, some pages are protected from editing ...
The Magician's Birthday - Track Listing
... "Echoes in the Dark" (Single Edit) 423 13 ... "Rain" (Single Edit) 316 14 ... "Happy Birthday" (The Magician's Birthday Single Edit) 444 15 ...
Tilt (Scott Walker Album) - Promo Singles
... Scott 1 (Fontana - EEFR 1) "Patriot (a single)" (Edit) – 440 "The Cockfighter" (Edit) – 407 Scott 2 (Fontana - EEFR 2) "Tilt" (Edit) – 438 "Farmer in the City" (Edit) – 437 ...

Famous quotes containing the word edit:

    To a philosopher all news, as it is called, is gossip, and they who edit it and read it are old women over their tea.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)