By: Sue Shade Freelance Copy-editor & Proofreader  03/05/2016
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After copy-editing has taken place, the next stage in conventional publishing is to produce proofs (a printed version of how the finished book will look). Proofreading is then carried out and involves checking the text for any last-minute errors and omissions before the document is finally published. Whilst copy-editing is a more complex job than proofreading, both are equally important as it is possible for mistakes to be missed (or even created!) at the copy-editing stage.

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