Here's yet another batch of PDF proofreading stamps. My colleague Anna Sharman requested these for a particular large onscreen job she has coming up, but I'm sure that at least some of them will be useful to others. Once again, owing to the quantity, I've uploaded a PDF XChange version as well as the standard Acrobat file. That way if you're an XChange user you can upload the whole lot automatically (see the link to the installation instructions below).
If you're having trouble sizing the transposition stamp within your text, I'd recommend you use the polygon tool. The default format in XChange is an arrowed line, but you can easily amend the settings by drawing a line using the tool, right clicking on the line, selecting Properties, and then Appearance. Then amend your Line-ending Style according to your preference.
If you have any questions about using stamps, or there's a particular stamp you'd like to add to your collection, feel free to ask me. I'll do my best to help.
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