The other critical element to a Web error page report is describing the error. While some designers might want you to include as much detail as possible (steps to reproduce, OS and browser version, other applications running, time of day, phase of the moon, etc.) at the very minimum include what needs to be fixed.
Don't expect a fast response if you say something like "There's a typo on page 2 <URL>" Also, if you're reporting a spelling error, it helps if you include the word as it was misspelled as well as the correct spelling. It's much easier to search for the wrong spelling and then correct it than it is to scan through the document looking for an error that you missed the first time you edited it.
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