When working in the Forums tool, it is strongly recommended that you use the site navigation, NOT the back and forward buttons in your web browser.
Additionally, you should compose messages or grade using only ONE browser window or tab. Making changes in one tab or window, such as writing a post, and then moving to a different tab or window that was open before you made those changes may cause you to lose the content you were attempting to submit and/or encounter an error.
You can upload and/or download resources using the WebDAV protocol. Once you have set up WebDAV for a particular site's Resources or File Drop, your computer will treat the Resources or File Drop folder like any other folder on your local system. You will be able to drag and drop files and folders from Resources or File Drop just as you would in My Computer in Windows, or the Finder on a Mac.
You can set up WebDAV connections using your computer's native WebDAV support or download the Cyberduck WebDAV client to use.
Depending on your computer configuration, you may find one method performs better than another.
Note: You may also upload multiple files using the drag-and-drop feature in Resources and File Drop.
To copy and paste text from Microsoft Word into the Rich-Text Editor, you should use the Paste from Word button. Word may automatically generate code when formatting text that might not work properly in the editor if it is pasted in directly.
Forums are organizational units that group topics within the site. You cannot post directly to a forum; you must first enter a topic and post your message there.
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