Proofreading is the last step in the editorial process. At the proofreading stage, the editor corrects spelling, mechanical, and grammatical errors only. (Awkward phrasing, unclear sentences, or syntax problems will be untouched; those changes are made during a copyedit.) Additionally, when proofreading galley copies or page proofs, the proofreader checks for typographical errors such as inconsistent margins, spacing problems, and improper hyphenation.
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