What is Proofreading? Part Three: Errors.
What is Proofreading? Part Four: Highlights.
You will circle or underscore the copy containing the error, then place a corresponding proofreaders’ mark in the margin.
What is Proofreading? Part Five: Proofreaders' Marks.
What is Proofreading? Part Six: Originator.
What is Proofreading? Part Seven: Subsequent Drafts.
I hope that answers your question, what is proofreading?
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