If you have a hard copy of your manuscript (which is recommended as a backup), you might use a red pen to cross out sentences, mark misspellings, or add comments in the margins. However, you could also do all of these things in Word using the Track Changes and Comments features.
When you've finished reviewing the document using the Track Changes and Comments feature, we will have the ability to choose to automatically Accept all of your changes, or decide whether to Accept or Reject each change one-by-one. We recommend that you visit this webpage for instruction on how to use these features.
Reviewing your files is THE MOST important step in creating your book. Looking over your files to catch any mistakes will make your book error-free and easy to read. Please keep in mind that any errors discovered AFTER you have signed off on your PDF will result in a fee. Make sure you review your manuscript before sending it to us. Check for grammatical errors and contents that are appropriate for the point you are trying to get across to potential readers. It is a good idea to have someone else to read your book so that you can get feedback whether positive or negative; all feedback can be healthy and beneficial to your book. Don't wait until you have dished out hundred and maybe even thousands of dollars just to have a boat load of negative reviews. Books become bestsellers via word-of-mouth, so REVIEW, REVIEW, and REVIEW some more!