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Our proofreaders review the typeset copy of a publication to detect and correct all production errors. They are extremely important to the production process and they are consistently accurate. The proofreading process is the last stage of typographic production before materials are released to the customer. It is an important part of the typesetting process that we do not overlook.

Once typeset, pages are proofed. They are then returned to the typesetter or graphic artist for correction. It is part of our workflow that all corrections, no matter how slight, are sent again to a proofreader to be checked for accuracy before the work is released to the customer.