- Proofreading is the last set of eyes before the document goes live, checking for typos, double words, and some grammar errors missed in previous editorial phases.
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A line edit takes place after a document has had structural issues smoothed out. It includes a look into writing style, consistency, and dialogue.
- A copyedit involves fact checking, looking for timeline consistency, and correcting things like grammar, spelling, punctuation, and verifying pages on the table of contents.
Kelsey has been editing words for fun since she learned how to spell. Her professional experience includes editing academic papers, being a senior editor of a literary journal, and editing presentations and technical documents in the federal government sphere to name a few.
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