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Importing a Word document into the Evidence section

  User Roles

This feature can be used by the following user roles:

  • Centre Manager
  • Assessor
  • Trainee Assessor
  • Learner

  Centre Setting

Use the HTML editor for assessment evidence (enables spell checker)

Preparing your Word document

Before importing your Word document, ensure you have created the content using Web Layout within the Word document and the formatting appears as you would like it to.

Changing the Word document layout to Web Layout after data has been added to your Word document may impact the layout.

To set the document to Web Layout, follow the below steps: 

  1. Click View  
  2. Click Web Layout 

If you have already created the Word document without setting the view to Web Layout, please paste the contents into a new Word document that has been set to Web Layout and save the file. 

To import the file into the evidence section of an assessment, please follow the below steps: 

  1. Navigate to the Evidence section of an Assessment or Assessment Template.
  2. Click Import Word Document 
  3. Click Choose File 
  4. Select the file for import 
  5. Click Open 
  6. Click Import Word Document


Please note that the terminology used in this article may be different depending on your Centre.

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