An errata sheet is a common method of post-production editing in which the errors left in the produced copy are outlined on a sheet of paper bound into the book. This is a common method by which large works are "edited"; i.e. if the volume would cost too much and/or be too cumbersome to correct internally, this is an acceptable method by which one might edit the work.
It should be noted that errata sheets should only outline minor errors within a work (e.g. misspellings, improper punctuation and the like). If a major error in the construction of a sentence occurs, or if the construction is such that the sentence is ambiguous or confusing, this must be corrected within the work.
FERC ISSUES ERRATA NOTICE TO COMMISSION'S ERRATA NOTICE ISSUED ON SEPT. 4 REGARDING NORTHWESTERN CORPORATION ET AL.
Sep 09, 2008; The U.S. Department of Energy's Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued the following notice: Northwestern CorporationDocket...