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==Course files==
This option allows you to upload files e.g. PDF files, Word documents, PowerPoint presetations, 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).
Please choose one of the following links:
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.
*[[Working with files]]
*[[File]] - How to share a single file with students
{{Course admin}}
*[[Course files]] - About the legacy "Course files" area in Moodle 2

Latest revision as of 19:04, 18 January 2012

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