Danielle, a graphic designer, says, "I send E-mails back and forth to other designers and to the writers within the company all day long. I want my communications to convey a professional image, but they're usually short and simple, so what's most important for me to proof is that my meaning is clear and my grammar is correct. Beyond that, proofing would be a waste of time."
Note that the first level of proofing is appropriate for Danielle because her communications have these attributes:
• low risk, with only minor consequences associated with inaccuracies
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