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Use this page to describe an editing process. You might want to describe how manuscript you are submitting in book proposal has been edited or describe the process your organization uses or plans to use to edit documents. Introduce the topic of editing here and explain its importance in the context of your proposal. Then describe editorial stages below. Initial Edit Describe what you intend to do or have done as first step to edit the manuscript. This is sometimes called " developmental edit" or " manuscript edit. " For example many publishers have first reader who will read the entire manuscript and then suggest changes to improve it and then return it to the author for consideration. You might want to explain how long this stage will take and who will do it. Copyedit This is sometimes referred to as " line edit " and this is typically the stage in which each line of document is examined and corrected for spelling grammar and punctuation. You might want to explain how long this stage will take and who will do it as well as how documents will be marked up and passed back and forth. Final Proof This is frequently called the " galley stage " where pages have been laid out and each line is proofread to be sure all copyedit changes have been made and errors have not been introduced or overlooked. You might want to explain who is responsible for proofreading when it will take place and what sorts of changes will be allowed at this final stage.