I dont know if this applies in this forum or in Graphic Design. But its more a career talk. I am a graphic designer for a corporate company. Anyway I was working on some print material, Flipbook and Folder with pages. I got the PDF from print company there where small mistakes that I missed because of the result of edits upon edits of changes. I am not copywriter (contract agreement). Here how it goes, I create something, I am given the copy and my boss would send the piece to everyone in the whole company for feedback and changes. So you can bet I revise my piece 100 times (no joke), basically until the last person likes it, thats when it goes to print. My problem is doing so many changes and revisions I loose my subjective view on the piece. I cant do is put it aside for few days to look at it fresh but I do email PDF to everyone in my department for final look, which they dont respond at all (certified email read receipt, its my way of protecting myself of them saying they never got the email). Just to clarify theres no problem with artwork more of copy where they made typo and I would drop it in. The thing about my job or company they are neither efficient nor good at doing projects on time. Ok my question is how can I improve my detail catching (proof reading skills) when I am not given time (even though I ask for few days to finalize). I would like to say when I get printers PDF to tell them its good to print that is not happening at my job. One option is taking the piece home and looking at it when I am comfortable and different mood compared to work.