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Marking Italics

Proofreaders’ Marks Italics come in handy: they’re great for emphasis, for foreign words, for titles of books and movies, for words as words, and more. So how do you add italics to roman text? You simply underline the words you’d … Continue reading

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Italics & Punctuation

To italicize (punctuation) or not to italicize, that is the question. The Rule (According to CMS 6.3): Punctuation should appear in the same font or typeface as the general body text of a document. So if you have a roman … Continue reading

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