How to Take Comparison Notes in Word // 2 Minute Study Tips

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Hello guys!
For this video I wanted to show you a quick tip to help you integrate your lecture notes with your textbooks notes. You can use the method that I show in one of my previous videos to know the basics of textbook note taking and adapt it onto your typed notes.
All you have to do is open your textbooks notes in Word, as you normally would. To open the comments column, all you have to do is select a random word on your text and click the REVIEW tab. Making sure that you have the button “show comments” enabled, just click on “new comment” and the column will automatically pop up. If you chose to print the document, the right column will also be printed along with your textbook notes on the right.
You can use this method two ways:
- After typing all of your textbook notes on the left side, you can print the document with a blank comment column and take it to your lecture. You can easily add information on that light grey column and complement the information that you’ve summarized on the left side.
- If you like to take your laptop to class, using comments in Word is also perfect if you don’t want to write the same information twice. Keeping your textbook notes on the left side, just type in the information on the right column during your lecture. You can easily print this out and file it on a binder, keeping both sources of information next to each other and being able to actively compare both types of notes.
This method really helped me simplify my life whenever I had mandatory readings for a class or had to prepare my lectures in advance. It’s a good way to compare what you are being lectured about versus what you read in the book, without having to write the same material twice.
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