Proofreading designed page proofs: knock-on effects – by Louise Harnby…

Good proofreading practice means acknowledging that changing one word, or moving one line, can have unintended and damaging consequences throughout the rest of the book if we aren’t careful.

If we want to proofread for publishers, packagers and project-management agencies, or if we’re checking self-publishers’ print-on-demand books, we need to be comfortable with working on page proofs. 

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