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The Proofreading Interface, or Proofing Interface, is the part of the DP site where users can proofread a single page in a project. It shows an image of the page, and a textbox containing the text for that page (as produced by other DPers up to that point). The user compares the two and attempts to ensure that the text correctly reflects the content or formatting shown in the image.
The Proofing Interface comes in two versions, Standard and Enhanced, each of which can be toggled between horizontal and vertical layouts. For more information, see Working with the Proofing Interface.