|Download and Install for Mac Office 2011|
Annotate for Mac Office 2011 is a lightweight add-ins for Microsoft Word. Installation will only take a few minutes, and you can easily uninstall the add-in at any time. We offer a free version, and a PRO version.
The free version of Annotate has many features that make commenting on student work more efficient and effective. The hard-to-read comment bubbles you normally get with Mac Office 2011 are replaced with a larger, more elegant font. Annotate for Mac Office FREE edition makes it easy to try out Annotate. We include the ability to edit 10 comments that you can automatically add to documents - an editor and grader's dream.
Annotate for Mac Office 2011 PRO brings a fully customizable library of comments, pre-populated with over 70 detailed examples (College Edition) that you can easily modify to suit your needs. You can add up to 250 comments, arranged in any order you'd like, made available through a menu, toolbar, and right-click menu. Annotate for Mac Office PRO is available to individuals for $45. This fee covers all bug fixes and minor updates. We may release additional features in the future and make them available for upgrade pricing.
To purchase Annotate for Mac Office 2011 visit the Purchase page. After you have paid, we will send you a download link to obtain your personalized version of Annotate for Mac Office 2011.
Step 1: Download the Annotate for Mac Office 2011 Template
Make sure you have exited Microsoft Word before beginning this process.
Annotate for Mac Office can be installed and uninstalled in seconds. The first step is to download the Annotate for Mac Office template and comment library. Make sure you download it to a folder that you can easily locate (like your desktop):
Step 2: Make a Copy of Annotate for Mac Office 2011 and Unzip
Step 3: Paste Annotate into your Microsoft Word STARTUP folder
Paste the two files from Step 2 into your Microsoft Word 2004 or Microsoft Word 2011 Startup folder. This will ensure Annotate starts every time you open Microsoft Word. Follow these steps:
Open Microsoft Word 2011.
You should see the Annotate menu (just to the right of the File menu). To speed up the opening of Word when you don't want to use Annotate, the default is that Annotate doesn't fully load. Click Open/Refresh Annotate in the Annotate menu to open your Comment Library and create a convenient floating toolbar.
The update process will take a few seconds when you first open Word. Each subsequent update will happen much faster (because the code must compile each time you open Word).
Upgrading Annotate is quite easy once it is installed, so as we add and tweak features you'll be able to benefit.