What is CS in editing?
Proofreading marks (also called proofreaders’ marks) are symbols and notations for correcting typeset pages. The proofreader places these marks in the margins and in corresponding lines of text. A slash separates marginal marks that appear on the same line.
Three lines under a lowercase letter mean to make it a capital. One line under a word means to set in italics. A series of strikethroughs means to remove underlining. A wavy line means to set in boldface. This mark means to close up space.
A strong and healthy relationship is built on the three C’s: Communication, Compromise and Commitment.
Copy Editing Marks
CPC (Cost per click)
What does P mean in editing?
What CS means?
It is very easy to remember the theory of 4 Cs (clarity, correctness, conciseness, consistency) of editing. I myself got benefit following this 4Cs theory before submitting manuscript in a target journal.