Printing for Peer Editing

For our peer editing session, you will need two copies of your rough draft, printed on paper. The reasons for this are:

Getting things printed

If you don't have access to a printer (or if yours has run out of ink), you can print your draft in the Writing Lab downstairs in Bixler 104. You should allow more than five minutes to get this done. (I would suggest at least 20.)

The next step for those using Apple Pages or any other word processor (including those using a copy of Microsoft Word that isn't online) is to upload your docx file to your Google Drive space. (Here are the upload instructions.) You can do this part at home too.

Finally, when you get to the Writing Lab, log into your Google Drive account, download your docx file, and print it.


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Revised 12/29/21 • Page author: Curtis Allen • e-mail: callen@ashland.edu.