The tutored version of your paper may have words, phrases, or sentences highlighted. Tutors will highlight sections of text that they have questions or comments about. Upon highlighting a section, they will also insert a comment, telling you why they are concerned about the word (s) or sentences. You will not want to make changes to your paper on this tutored copy. Instead, you will want to make changes on your original document. You may wish to carefully review those comments on screen, or you may choose to print those comments out and refer to them as you go over your original document.
In the sample below, you can see a paper with text highlighted in yellow.
Let's look a little closer at the yellow highlighted information with a close-up shot in the image below.
In this image, you can see that within the highlighted information is a series of letters and numbers. We call this series the comment number. The letters may vary, but the number indicates which comment you are looking at. To read comment [CLN1], place your cursor directly over the comment number. The comment should appear in a cream-colored box like the one below.
Placing your cursor over the comment is only one method of viewing the tutors' comments. Another method will allow you to view several comments at a time and scroll among the comments. To view comments with this method, click "view" and then "comments." A large comment box will appear at the bottom of the screen. You will want to compare the comment numbers located within the highlighted information to the comment numbers within the comment box. When you've found a match with numbers, you've found the comment that refers to the highlighted passage. In the image below you can see a sample of the highlighted text and the large comment box.
Try both methods of viewing comments to see which one you like best. Next, let's look at how to print comments with Microsoft Word.
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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