Proof reading business documents for a consulting firm.


What is the easiest way to proof read business documents that are error free?

asked Jun 20 '11 at 20:27 REBECCA KOWALIK New member

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A business person that "cut" corners should have been written, A business person that "cuts" corners.  Oh well.

link answered Jun 23 '11 at 00:23 Stephen Perry New member

Yes, I see that typo. I do always proofread my own comments before I post... further evidence that proofreading is not an easy task! Patty TJun 23 '11 at 03:10

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A business person that cut corners... should have been written, "A business person that cuts corners...".  Oh well.

link comment answered Jun 23 '11 at 00:25 Stephen Perry New member

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