|Annotate for Word|
Millions of teachers, students, and other professionals use Microsoft Word to create and edit documents. Word includes sophisticated editing tools like Track Changes and Comments. But Word's basic tools fall short in some areas, and can be greatly enhanced to help teachers and editors improve their efficiency, create better feedback and save paper.
Annotate for Word streamlines the editing and commenting processes in several ways. Along with unifying Word's basic commenting features, Annotate for Word adds numerous custom buttons to make commenting faster and more effective.
How do you use Annotate for Word?
The following screenshots use the PRO College Edition of Annotate for Word running on a Windows PC as an example. Annotate is available for the following versions of Word:
The best way to check out Annotate is to download the appropriate FREE version for your computer (registration is required).
You can also scroll down this page to get a sense of Annotate and decide whether it's worth installing the free edition. Click any image to see a larger version of the screenshot.
Step 1: Highlight some text
Step 2: Click an appropriate button to insert a comment:
Step 3: Annotate inserts pre-written text that you can easily modify.
Edit the pre-written comment library - as easy as zipping through a
table of values, finding the entry you'd like to change, and clicking Save to update the ribbon menu.
Each version of Annotate comes with pre-written comments, but the software's greatest value lies in the ease with which you can edit your comment database to automate much of the feedback you provide. Comments can be added as either bubbles (in the margin) or in-line text. We offer both FREE and PRO Editions, so you can try the software first, benefit from many free features, and choose to buy a license when you're ready.