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<h2>Seeing how assignments look to

<p><strong>Note:</strong> To complete these procedures, you must be
assigned a role having the necessary permissions.  To determine your
role, follow the directions in <a href="content.hlp?docId=arbu">Participant roles</a>.  For a basic understanding of roles and
permissions, see <a href="content.hlp?docId=arax">Permissions and roles: Overview</a>.</p>

<p>You can view how an assignment you created will look to participants
who access it. To see your assignment in student view before or after
it's been posted:</p>

<h3>Before posting</h3>

<ol><li>Create an assignment or select an existing assignment to
revise. For instructions, see <a href="content.hlp?docId=arbs">Adding, editing, or removing an assignment</a>.

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</li><li>Click <strong><code>Preview</code></strong>.

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</li><li>Click the black triangle next to "Student View".

<h3>After posting</h3>

<ol><li>From the <a href="content.hlp?docId=arcc">menubar</a>, click <strong><code>Assignments</code></strong>.

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</li><li>Click <strong><code>Student View</code></strong>. This will show you the assignment
list as it appears to students or other site participants.

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</li><li>To work through an assignment and submit it as a
student would, click <strong><code>Submit as Student</code></strong> beneath the

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</li><li>To leave student view and return to the assignment list, click
<strong><code>Assignment List</code></strong>.

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