Preference Form
Please share your preferences with me about how you would like me to proof your transcripts.
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Contact Information and Manual Preference
Your Name *
E-mail Address *
Any other form of contact, and let me know if it is preferred over contact through e-mail:
Your preferred reference manual(s) *
Preferences for Numbers and Dates
Spell out number one through _____ *
Write numbers that begin sentences in figures or words? *
Percentage formatting: *
Grade formatting: *
Measurement formatting: *
When referring to Exhibit #s: *
Choose the sample below that you prefer on specific pages, lines, sections, etc.: *
Choose the sample below that you prefer on specific volume numbers, etc.: *
If witness says "two million dollars": *
Choose the sample below in dealing with money when $ is not mentioned on the first number, but it is clearly understood: *
If witness says "eight o'clock": *
Slashes or dashes in date: *
On dates that a person is trying to get out (but doesn't say the ninety), choose the sample below that you prefer: *
Choose date form you prefer: *
Choose preference below when referring to decades: *
If two different years are mentioned: *
Punctuation Preferences
Dashes between inch-and-a-half. *
Comma before final "too." (He went with us, too.) *
Choose the comma series that you prefer: *
Choose the sample below that you prefer in an answer to a question: *
Comma before because: *
Preference for "so": *
Choose your preference below on a sample question asked: *
Choose your preference for "correct" or "right" at the end of a question: *
Choose your preference for "is that correct" or "is that right" at the end of a question: *
Choose your preference at the end of a question: *
Capitalization and Transcript Formatting
Cap the following: North, South, East, West (go North) *
Spell out words in CAPS or lower case , W-I-T-H dashes, WITHOUT dashes *
Plaintiff/Defendant *
Capitalize "Counsel" if a name can be replaced. (Repeat that, Counsel/Lisa.) *
Do you like [sic] to be written in the transcript when the speaker is clearly misstating a name or date, for instance? *
After colloquy, the attorney resumes his Q&A, which do you prefer: *
Choose objection preference in colloquy: *
Keep names and dates on the same line or wrap around: *
Parenthetical formatting: *
Miscellaneous Preferences
Word formatting *
Word formatting *
Word formatting: *
Nonverbal responses: *
If I did not address something that you have a preference on, please share that with me in the box below.
Other Preferences/Concerns:
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