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Proofreading: What is it? And Can You Do it Yourself?
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Proofreading is nowadays usually the correction of grammar, syntax, spelling, and punctuation errors in a text. Out of courtesy, proofreaders may sometimes also point out but not change problems of structure, vocabulary, and consistency of usage, whose correction belongs to copyediting. Traditionally and still today, proofreading may also mean the reading of a galley proof or an electronic copy of a publication to find and correct production errors of text or art. A 'galley proof' familiarly, 'a proof' is a typeset version of copy or a manuscript document.