We’ve been working hard and finally have Annotations in PERRLA for Word – Mac version 1.4. Woo hoo!
Check out the video on how it works, or see the instruction below.
First, you’ll need to have PERRLA and your Paper open with some References in it.
Next, you’ll select PERRLA and click on the Reference menu option along the top of your computer’s display.
Click on Reference and then Add Annotation. You’ll see a sub-menu with all of the References currently in your paper listed.
We’ll add a new paragraph for the Annotation beneath the Reference in the Reference Section. Just select the text and type away!
That’s it! The Annotation will stick with your Reference even if it moves places in your Reference Section. If you need to delete an Annotation, you can just highlight it in your paper and delete it just like normal text.
If you have any questions about Annotations, feel free to email our Support team at email@example.com. They’re available every day from 10am to 10pm Central Time.
After many months of hard work, we are excited to introduce a completely rebuilt paper-writing solution for Macs: PERRLA for Word.
We’ve not only put down completely new code, we’ve also redesigned the PERRLA paper writing experience to better fit with the needs of students today. Here are a few of the changes you’ll find this newest version of PERRLA.
In today’s ever-more connected world, school has become a lot more than research papers and tests. Online discussions have become a central part of modern classrooms, and having to use APA or MLA in discussion posts hasn’t made them any easier. So, we’ve added the ability to create a brand new type of Paper with PERRLA for Word: Discussion Posts.
A Discussion Post cuts out all of the extra fluff that’s included in Research Papers while leaving only what you need to write a perfectly formatted Discussion Post. That means you won’t have any title pages to cut out or page breaks to deal with. Discussion Posts include the body of your paper and a Reference section directly below it.
You can even use “Copy for Web” at the bottom of the PERRLA window to copy your entire paper (body and Reference section) to your Clipboard with just one click.
Writing formatted Discussion Posts for school has just gotten a lot easier!
Run PERRLA Side-by-Side with Word
One of the limitations of Word 2016 was that we could no longer run PERRLA directly inside of Microsoft Word. However, now that PERRLA runs alongside Word, we are able to show you more information about your References, Citations, and Papers than ever before.
PERRLA’s Writing Mode (what we call the side-by-side view of PERRLA and Word) allows us to provide you with an area to manage your Paper Sections (like the Title Page), the elements found in the Paper’s Body, your Paper’s References and Citations, and the technical details of your Paper.
We’ve still got some great ideas in store to make this new layout even more powerful and streamlined with future updates, so we hope that although this is a new way of working with PERRLA, you’ll still feel right at home.
One of the biggest improvements comes into view as you work with your References and Citations. And in PERRLA for Word, we’ve made full use of the new layout.
Our Reference Wizard is no longer a series of small grey boxes that you have to click through. Instead, we’ve taken a note from PERRLA Online and included our streamlined Reference Wizard that lets you fill in all the details of your Reference in one place. When editing your References, you’ll also be avoiding a long series of windows as well.
The References and Citations tab also lets you easily see all of the References and Citations that you currently have in your paper. You can also add and create References, create new Citations, edit your References and Citations, and delete them all in one place.
And a whole lot more…
To keep this post from going on forever, why don’t you just take a look at our new PERRLA for Word in action.
Thanks for reading! Now, go write your best papers yet with PERRLA for Word!