Why Proofreading Requires a Human Eye

Why Proofreading Requires a Human Eye

http://proofreadingatdawn.com/2022/03/31/why-proofreading-requires-a-human-eye/
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Published by Dawn Palmer

I am a professional proofreader (ProofreadingatDawn.com) and write a photography blog (PeacefulatDawn.com). In my free time, I love taking photos, admiring beautiful moments in nature, and I will often be out early in the morning or late in the evening trying to capture the peacefulness and beauty around me.

2 thoughts on “Why Proofreading Requires a Human Eye

  1. Basic spell check doesn’t alert you to grammar, syntax or word usage. For example, I might write about the “dual” between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton. Spell check will probably miss that because, while the word is spelled correctly, it is used improperly. I see this often and am left wondering, “Didn’t they proofread their post?”

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