When is pre-press proofing used?

Pre-press proofing is performed for documents intended for publication, particularly in printed form.

Pre-press proofing is performed by formally checking the text of a document after the graphic layout has been finalised in a PDF file and generated from professional desktop publishing software.

When do translations need to be proofread by a native speaker?

Proofreading by native speakers is ideal for texts/translations that must be accurate, grammatically correct, and stylistically polished. This occurs particularly if the content intended for publication.