Having a comprehensive checklist is like covering an entire, voluminous style guide in a nutshell.
Editing is all about four C’s.
Copy editing is one of the levels of editing in DDLC. Copy edit focuses on detailed review for grammar, spelling, word usage, and punctuation errors.
Proofreading is the final stage in the editorial process – the final quality control (QC) check-through before publishing the text.
It is appeasing to the eye and mind to read information that is crisp, easy to grasp, and error free.
Keep aside your draft for a while and revisit it later to check if it can be improved.
It is always better to have a second pair of eyes look at your document and review it before the document goes to the next stages.