Proofreading at the Computer
South-Western Educational Pub., Apr 1, 1999 - Desktop publishing. - 80 pages
The 10-Hour Series covers a variety of important technology-based business skills with short texts that can be completed in ten hours. The Internet and technology are used extensively in this series for research, instruction, and application. These books, many supported by data disks or CDs, are brief, uncomplicated, and activity-based, requiring minimal instructor intervention. Proofreading at the Computer teaches basic proofreading skills. In ten brief lessons and 64 activities, students will learn important proofreading skills such as comparative, team and consistency while using word processor spelling and grammar-check features. Students will work with letters memos, reports. Intranet postings. and other workplace documents.
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Make the Punctuation Check 48
Proofread for Mechanical Errors 54
Proofread for Consistency 60
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A. J. Cronin abbreviations Apply proofreaders August 25 bold capital letters centered Centralia Check complimentary close Computer consistency in usage consult the template Copyright correct correctly formatted default disk and save document for errors e-mail E-Stamp electronic mail employees errors in capitalization errors you find example fax cover sheet fax number FBLA feature flyer grammar checker inch Insert Internet Intranet Kaskaskia College keyboarding errors keyed KISSIMMEE left margin letterhead March March March memo Mentoring Nigel Hall number usage OFTC on-line resources options Owosso Paragraph headings person phone number processor programs Proofread the document Proofread the following Proofreading for consistency proofreading skills Punctuation Errors RefGuide folder save the file sender's sentences Side headings single-spaced SmartStamp spell checker Spell-Check style manuals symbol typeface team proofreading teammate template disk file top margin unbound educational report University of Owosso verb word processing writing