Your will should have no correction fluid or erasure marks. If, for some reason, it is impossible to make a will without corrections, they should be initialed by you and both witnesses. The pages should be fastened together and they should state at the bottom, "page 1 of 3," "page 2 of 3," etc. If you are using a self-proved affidavit page or notary page, you should include this page in the numbering of the pages to be sure it is counted as part of your will. Each page should be initialed by you and by the witnesses.