If your teacher has created an Assignment for you and also attached a document ready for you to edit, this article will walk you through the steps needed.

If you want to know how to access your assignments then take a look at this article first.

1. Click the View button on the assignment to see the Assignment Turn-in panel.

2. Along with the assignment details and any instructions your teacher has set, you will see a section called Your work to turn-in. This is where you will see the document your teacher has attached for you to edit. The document will also have a message saying Click here to begin editing. Simply click on the document to open the document and start editing.

My school uses Microsoft Office 365

If your school uses Office 365 and you teacher attaches a Word, Excel or PowerPoint document, the file will automatically launch the application in Office 365. You will not require any software on your device.

 Note: The document will automatically save your work as you go along so you don't have to. You can even come back and edit it later if you need to complete the work on the file over a couple of days.

My school uses Google G Suite

If your school uses G Suite and your teacher attaches a Google Docs, Sheets or Slides document, the file will automatically launch the application in G Suite. You will not require any software on your device.

 Note: The document will automatically save your work as you go along so you don't have to. You can even come back and edit it later if you need to complete the work on the file over a couple of days.

3. Once you have finished editing the file and completed your work, make sure to click the Turn In button. This will send your work to your teacher and let them know that you have turned-in your assignment.

4. You will be notified that Your assignment was turned in successfully in the top right-hand corner. 

Your assignment is now sent to be reviewed by your teacher. 

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