Now I'm certainly NOT a techy--my family would laugh rather heartily--embarrassingly so, pee-your pants hard--that anyone would think me tech savvy, however, when faced with some wonderful, extensive revision feedback . . . it occurred to me that instead of printing out the pages of suggestions or flipping between open screens , that it'd save lots of paper, money and aggravation if I could just display the listed edits on one computer screen while I made the changes on my lap top.
And it so happened that we had this cute little monitor sitting abandoned in our basement waiting to be loved. So I resurrected said monitor, gave her a thorough dusting off and made a run to the Mac store to get appropriate connections--after my darling husband spent a little time researching my needs and cursing Mac creators--before enlightening me as to exactly what I should request.
Contrary to John's pessimistic thoughts, setting her up was really quite simple--even I could do it with the Mac genius's few pointers, and voila, I have a terrific set up to allow me to easily make my changes. I highlight the more extensive edits and strikethrough the completed line edits and simpler modifications. I love it!
Take a look. What do you think?