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Proofreading 5: Getting down to it

Now that all your preparation is done, you can start the actual proofreading. This is the fifth in our series of proofreading tips. The series is aimed at people whose job title doesn’t include the word ‘proofreader’, but who nevertheless … Continue reading

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Proofreading 4: Presenting your amendments

This is the fourth in our series of blogs about proofreading. This is an important topic: how to present the results of your proofreading efforts to your ‘client’. You need to agree with your client, before you start work, how … Continue reading

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Proofreading 3: Preparing yourself

This the third in our series of blogs on proofreading. The first two focused on the different kinds of proofreading, and the importance of knowing the audience for the document you’re proofreading. In this blog we’re going to focus on … Continue reading

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