6.3. Proof-correction marks
The typesetter sends the first proof to the Publications Office so that the quality of the composition can be checked. This is not the case for camera-ready jobs as typesetting is not involved.
The proofreaders compare the proof against the manuscript and use conventional proof-correction marks (see below) to indicate any necessary corrections. These corrections are indicated clearly in the text and margin of the proof. It should be realised that the typesetter may not understand the language in which the text is written.