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This option allows you to upload files (e.g. graphics, Word, PP, Excel doc’s etc.) into your course, for inclusion in an activity or layout. Clicking Files you will see a list of course files arranged under four headings: file name, file size, the last time a given file was modified, and the action you can do with a given file (or folder).  
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This option allows you to upload files (e.g. graphics, Word, PP, Excel doc’s etc.) into your course, for inclusion in an activity or layout. Clicking Files lets you see a list of course files arranged under four headings: file name, file size, the last time a given file was modified, and the action you can do with a given file (or folder).  
  
 
Using the box on the left below the filelist, you can move the files you choose (by ticking a box on the left to the file name) to another folder, delete them completely or create a zip archive. There are two more actions you can undertake: 'Make a folder' and 'Upload a file' - both are posited on the right-hand side of the screen under the list.
 
Using the box on the left below the filelist, you can move the files you choose (by ticking a box on the left to the file name) to another folder, delete them completely or create a zip archive. There are two more actions you can undertake: 'Make a folder' and 'Upload a file' - both are posited on the right-hand side of the screen under the list.

Revision as of 01:23, 11 August 2005

This option allows you to upload files (e.g. graphics, Word, PP, Excel doc’s etc.) into your course, for inclusion in an activity or layout. Clicking Files lets you see a list of course files arranged under four headings: file name, file size, the last time a given file was modified, and the action you can do with a given file (or folder).

Using the box on the left below the filelist, you can move the files you choose (by ticking a box on the left to the file name) to another folder, delete them completely or create a zip archive. There are two more actions you can undertake: 'Make a folder' and 'Upload a file' - both are posited on the right-hand side of the screen under the list.