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Are there any means of proof reading abstracts

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Are there any means of proof reading abstracts

Postby mhsatnrcwe » Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:38 am

Do any of you have some hints on how to do some minor proofreading on abstracts, already reviewed and accepted?

(I've notice, that OJS has some journal editor proof-reading options. I have combed the OCS system and documentation, but I don't find any comparable functionality.)

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Re: Are there any means of proof reading abstracts

Postby asmecher » Thu Aug 15, 2013 8:36 am

Hi Mogens,

Are you interested in simply making the corrections, or in assigning other users to perform proofreading?

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