Proofreading is the final stage of the editing process before the manuscript is properly published. A Proofreader reads the printer’s proofs or other written or printed material, and mark any errors using proofreaders marks or Microsoft Track Changes.
The aim of the proofreading stage is not to undertake a copy edit or structural edit, but rather to go over a manuscript for errors that need to be fixed before publication.
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Imagine that you’ve printed out 1,000+ copies of a book and realise that a few errors have meant that you have to scrap the lot, and start again. It would be a very costly and time consuming mistake.
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