Welcome to JSS2 Third Term!
We’ve had a remarkable journey from the First term to this moment. We are going to continue our journey into the world of Business Studies.
In today’s class, We will be discussing Printer Correction Signs. We hope you enjoy the class!
Printer correction signs
Proof reader’s mark also called printers correction signs are marks used when amendments have to be made in typewritten or handwritten work of which fair copy is to be typed. These marks indicate problems in the text and suggest solutions. Correction marks come in two ways which are abbreviations and abstract symbols. Below are some correction signs.
This is a process whereby a good typist check and carefully read the document typed to ensure its error-free.
Proofreading stands for:
P – Practice your proof-reading skills
R – Re-read if necessary
O – Only be satisfied with perfection
O – One error not corrected is too many
F – Find and correct all errors
R – Refer to the dictionary often
E – Erase neatly and completely
A – Always proofread
D – Divide words properly.
Below are some printer correction signs.
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