Text Simplification aims to modify a text to make it easier to read. Current approaches focus on sentence-level simplifications, mostly because of unavailability of appropriate data. A recently released corpus, created by professional editors, allows us now to study simplifications at the document-level, and develop methods able to perform rewriting transformations not restricted to sentence boundaries. During the poster session, I would discuss our findings related to text simplification with a document-level perspective, and how we intend to devise novel corpus-based simplification methods, so that they are able to perform cross-sentence operations. I will review our results on a manual analysis of professionally produced simplifications, which sheds light on the transformation operations that humans perform at the document-level. Also, I will describe our work-in-progress on automatically identifying these operations, and how this information can help in the implementation of text simplification systems, and in a more operation-based evaluation of simplification performance.