WordMat is an add-on to Microsoft Word. When installed a new menu will be available in Word. The new menu makes it easy and fast for teachers to mark and grade written assignments.
- Save standard comments and insert by click or shortcuts
- Insert Audio comments
- Insert checkmarks/errormarks and 7 selected symbols using a variety of shortcuts
- Full support for mathematical notation, even in the standard comments
- Insert Grades easily
- Award point according to your own choice of criteria, and follow the students progress
- Insert a chart for the student to see his/her progress
- Count points
- Insert summary of comments
- Export comments to a file. This allows sharing between computers/teachers
- Many customizable settings makes WordMark flexible to suit any teacher / subject
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
What is WordMark?
An add-on to Word, which creates an extra ribbon menu in Word. The ribbon adds math functionality to Word, which for instance makes Word able to solve equations, plot graphs, number equations and convert to Latex
Is WordMark really free?
Yes WordMat is released under Gnu General Public License .
WordMat is open source, but where is the source code?
You can find it here: sourceforge.net/projects/wordmat
How about Mac-computers?
There is a Mac-version available for Office 2011, though it has a few limitations compared to the Windows version. There is no support for Office 2016 for Mac yet. A version is under development in collaboration with Microsoft, but no date can be set.
Where do I get more information?
Read the Manual, which can be accessed from the help-menu, once installed.
Which versions of Office are supported?
You can use Office 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 but not earlier versions. WordMark does not work with Word online or iPad versions. Office 2010, 2013 and 2016 comes in 4 different flavours: Starter, 32-bit, 64-bit and a Click’n run-version, which can be downloaded.
The starter version will not work with WordMat.
I think I found a new bug. How do I report the bug?
Please check that the bug hasn’t been described here before you submit an email. If the bug appears to be new, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a thorough description of the bug. Please attach screendumps and/or a worddocument from which I can recreate the error.
The installer says Word is not installed or The WordMark menu doesn’t appear.
Check the point above about Office versions.
WordMark suddenly disappeared from the Ribbon in Word.
Word has deactivated WordMark. You can reactivate it in startmenu / all programs / WordMark / Reactivate WordMark. You can manually activate WordMark from within Word: Files / Settings / Addons / Choose ’Word-Addons’ .Make sure there is a checkmark by WordMark.dotm. Press OK. Another approach: Files / Settings / Addons / Choose ’deactivated elements’. Mark and activate WordMark.dotm.
I’m asked to activate macro’s. How do I get rid of the message?
WordMark usually doesn’t come with this warning. Maybe you have an atypical installation.You can get around the problem by lowering the security level. In Word find Files / Settings / security center / Settings / Settings for macros / Activate all macros.