Download the eRubric Assistant (free) document and save it to your computer. You can only use eRubric Assistant (free) if you save the document to your computer (rather than open it from the web site). Once you save it to your computer you can open it using any version of Microsoft Word (note 1) apart from Word 2008 for Macintosh and follow the prompts.
Perhaps the easiest way to overview eRubric Assistant (free) it to look at the demonstration video which contains section headings allowing you to view the most relevant sections as you explore the eRubric Assistant (free) document.
In addition to these eRubric tools, the eMarking Assistant ($USD20) package also allows you to create and use detailed reusable feedback comment banks, insert audio comments into assignments, have assignments read to you, and other tools that will save you time when grading electronic assignments.
Note 1: eRubric Assistant (free) works with all versions of Word created this century (apart from 2008 for the Macintosh). In fact it works exactly the same way in all versions of Word for Windows (2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, and 2010) or Word for Macintosh (2004, 2011).
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