Hilarious Proofreading Errors You’ll Want to Avoid in 2016
Proofreading is an essential precursor to printing. Before anything is submitted for print, it should be properly examined to ensure that no errors have crept in. We recommend that you have any copy thoroughly checked before submitting it to your printer. Here are some embarrassing examples of what can happen when this vital step is omitted!
That’s a pretty narrow subsection of the community.
Every cloud has a silver lining.
It’s dangerous out there.
You’d think a university bookstore might know better.
Image: BBC News
Nobody checked the Welsh before this sign went to print. It reads “I am out of the office at the moment. Please send any work to be translated.”
We can’t stress enough how important it is to have your work proofread before it goes to print. Spelling and punctuation errors make a company look unprofessional and can even alter the meaning of what you want to put across.
If you have had your work proofread and ready for the printers, get in touch. We offer competitive prices on a range of printed products. You can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01603 488001.
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