What a great article, not just for those for whom English is a second language, but also for those of us who aren’t sure what the rules are.
If you work with a proofreader or editor on any project, either for a publisher or working independently or as a student, you might receive a Style Sheet from them with your corrected work. This article explains what a style sheet is, the purpose of a style sheet, and what might be included on it. I’ve also written this article to send to my clients so they understand what the document I’ve sent them is – so if you’re one of my clients, hello!
To make this article easier to read, I will refer to the person who has worked on your document as your “editor” – although I might refer to proofreaders in some places, too.
What is a style sheet?
A style sheet is a list setting out the decisions that your editor has made on aspects of the layout and language of your document, in order to…
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