Reviewing a proof

Use the red pen to add comments to all kinds of work – artwork, imagery, documents, presentations, audio and video proofs.

13 articles in this collection
Written by Larissa Devereaux, Anna Blackwell, and Gemma

Gatekeeper: When to lock the proof

When a gatekeeper opens the proof, PageProof will ask if they want to lock it. So what does it mean to lock the proof as a gatekeeper?
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Use mentioning to draw the attention of others to your comment

To alert a specific person to your comment, use @ mentioning. This will draw their attention to your comment or reply.
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Filtering comments by reviewer

Filter the comment pane to see comments/replies made on a proof by a particular reviewer.
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Opening a recently reviewed proof

After you have finished reviewing (i.e pushed the green button), if you need to go back into the proof to add further comments you can.
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Use smart compare to analyze proof versions

Smart compare calculate the differences between proof versions for you at the click of a button.
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Edit pin position

You can move your comment’s pin position if the proof is still in proofing progress.
Written by Anna Blackwell
Updated over a week ago

Add a comment duration on a video proof

Reviewing a video proof and need your comment to span over time on the video timeline? Here’s how.
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Downloading the proof & attachments

It’s easy to download an attachment has been included with a comment on a proof. You can also download the original proof file. Here’s how.
Written by Gemma
Updated over a week ago

Adding attachments to comments

Attachments can be added to comments and replies to supply imagery, copy, logos etc to the proof owner.
Written by Anna Blackwell
Updated over a week ago

Deleting a comment

If you’ve added a comment to a proof in progress (and there are no replies or agrees to it yet) you can delete it.
Written by Anna Blackwell
Updated over a week ago

Adding a comment

Giving feedback is essential to successful collaboration. Learn how to use your red pen to review your proofs in PageProof.
Written by Anna Blackwell
Updated over a week ago

Printing a proof

Need a hard copy? Download the proof’s original file and then print it.
Written by Larissa Devereaux
Updated over a week ago

Editing a comment

You can edit your comment if the proof is still in progress.
Written by Anna Blackwell
Updated over a week ago