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It’s custom lately that because of the crisis one of the first jobs some publishing groups have decided to dispense is the proofreader. According to the news the major newspapers and magazines leaders in the industry would be seeing many more grammar errors than usual due to the absence of proofreaders.
Not sure if this really is true or is one of those stories caught with pins that slip from time to time if there is no political or other low-life people to talk about. It is that it is absolutely certain is that it is increasingly rare to see a correction in an editorial office, and also barely used or known correction marks.
These marks, or signs of correction, are a set of elements that are used to mark a printed text so as to facilitate the correction of the same, whether a proofreader, an editor or layout designer those charged with introducing corrections so that the text is ready for publication.
The signs can be classified into four major groups: General, typographical, punctuation and positional. The list that you see below is a collection of different games of editing symbols hopefully understanding all possible variations.