Good proofreading plays a critical role in ensuring the quality of the transcript. For court reporters, proofreaders, and scopists, this resource provides tips on proofreading as well as hints on how to handle some of the difficult language questions that can come up when proofing the spoken word. Is the word congressional capitalized? When should the words ill humored be hyphenated? By improving your proofreading skills you can cut down on your editing time and increase your production.
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