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This is a great tip! I found things I'd missed even after reading on the screen a half dozen times. Once I printed the mistakes were right there.

Another idea someone shared with me about proofreading is to read the sentences in reverse order; that way you are not reading the content (which by then you're perhaps too familiar with) but the actual words and sentence structure.

Great tip, Kent! Thanks for sharing it.


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