Thursday, June 30, 2011

Proofreading

A useful proofreading method is to print out your writing and work on a hard copy. Many people find it hard to focus deeply on a monitor and have greater success with a printed copy. In addition to printing, take a break for a few minutes, or even an hour or two, so that you look at your work with fresh eyes.

Make a favorable impression upon those receiving your work by taking the time to proofread first. The investment will be well worth it.


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