Author's Alteration

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Author's Alteration

In publishing, a change made by an author after the book or article has gone to print for the first time. That is, an author's alteration occurs because the writer wishes to make a change and not because of some error in printing. Printers often charge for author's alterations. It is also called an author's correction.
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Author's alterations in excess of 10% of the original composition cost will be charged to authors.
Neither rain nor sleet nor author's alterations deter Damon from meeting deadlines with pristine work.
These final changes are called "AAs" or "CAs" (for author's alterations or client alterations) and typically are not included in the production budget.