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Mar 04, 2014


Marley Howards

"But don't rely exclusively on the spell-checker." - this is one of the steps that most proofreaders fail to check because they have become heavily dependent to spell checker. Proofreading is not just about checking for grammar. - Marl of



I wholeheartedly agree. Now that it is possible to create and file a brief without ever printing it out in hard copy, I think this is a technique that is easily overlooked.


Rob Gilbreath

There is no better way to catch typos than to print the brief out and read it on paper.

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