This "mini-workshop" will cover how you can view and print comments from your documents submitted for online tutoring.
After your document is tutored, it will be forwarded back to you. Tutor comments will be generally in two parts-- an email message and internal comments within the attachment you sent to us.
The email message will be the first part of the tutor's comments you should see when you open your email. Read this message before you open the attachment. In this message, tutors will indicate overall impressions or respond to any questions you may have asked. Tutors will also "sign" this message so you know who tutored the document if you have any questions. A sample email message is below.
Next you will want to open the attachment to the email message. Follow the directions of your email program to open the attachment.
How to view and print comments depends upon which word processing program you use to type your documents. The Student Success Center can currently tutor documents submitted in
See also . . . Removing Comments in Microsoft Word (PDF 154 KB). This file provides directions for removing comments within Microsoft Word documents. Please note, however, that we encourage you to make changes on your original document and not on the tutored version.
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