Do you like to collect student work electronically and use Microsoft Word to add comments? Have you ever experimented with macros, or made lists of frequently used comments that you can easily paste into Word? Annotate was developed by a teacher who experimented with the best ways to use Microsoft Word. Annotate automates many of the comments you frequently use with students, AND dramatically improves Word's commenting feature.
Annotate for Word is a simple (but mighty!) add-in for Microsoft Word 2003/XP, Microsoft Word 2004 for Mac (sorry, no Word 2008 yet!), and Microsoft Word 2007. Annotate improves and unifies Word's basic commenting features as well as adding custom buttons for frequent comments. Over 90 prewritten comments are included, including detailed advice and links to Purdue's Online Writing Lab. You can click to add highly readable comments into the margins of your students' work, then edit the comments to suit.
Download a FREE version of Annotate from our website (www.11trees.com) to see how it works, or purchase PRO to get the full benefit of grammar, MLA/APA, organization, and similar standard comments. Even insert voice comments into your Word documents without hunting for the feature!
How do you buy?
Purchase Annotate PRO through TpT and we'll send you a download link for your own version of the software within 24 hours. Annotate is simple to install and has been used by hundreds of instructors already.
We simply need:
1. Your operating system (XP, Vista, Windows 7, or Mac OS)
2. Your version of Microsoft Word (2000/XP/2003, 2007, or Office for Mac 2004). Sorry, we don't support Mac Office 2008 or other word processors.