I've been reviewing Close-voted questions on SO. Sometimes I think if they're edited into shape they might be a real question after all. Sometimes I think yeah, that's a dupe, but it's a hot mess and it needs to be tidied up even if it is closed.
If I click the big Edit button, when I save my changes I move on to the next item in the review queue. I can't Close or Do Not Close afterwards. If I want to close, I can follow a workflow like this:
- Click Close in review and go through the steps
- Pay no attention to the next question I am shown and click History
- Find my question and click it
- Edit, comment or whatever as I see fit
I can also Edit first, then use History to find the question and vote to close as usual.
However if I don't want to close, do I need to vote Do Not Close and then go find it in the history to fix it up? Or does editing it carry an implied "Do Not Close" of its own?