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Wiki Pages: Bb9 Delete Grades

***Updated for Fall 2011***
Deleting Grades from the Grade Center
 
Any grade can be deleted from the Grade Center, and grades that have been deleted will have any Override Grade and associated comments removed as well. 
 
 
Delete from the Grade Center
1) Confirm you are in the course in whch you would like to work and that you have the edit mode set to ON.
 
2) Go to the Grade Center from the Control Panel, and select Full Grade Center.
 
3) Once in the Full Grade Center, mouse over the cell that contains the grade to be deleted and click once
 
 
 
4) You can remove the grade by either pressing the Delete or Backspace buttons on your keyboard and then pressing Enter
 
5) Last, select OK to null the Grade Value (pop-up), which is seen as a dash (-). If you attempt to exit the entry cell or Grade Center, a dialog box will appear asking if you would like to save the grade entry. If this box appears, select OK to save the grade modification. 

 
 
Delete from the Grade Details page
1) Confirm you are in the course in which you would like to work and that you have the edit mode set to ON.
 
2) Go to the Grade Center from the Control Panel, and select Full Grade Center.
 
3) Once in the Full Grade Center, mouse over an entered grade and select the drop-down Action Link for that cell. Choose View Grade Details
 
 
4) Once in the Grade Details page, scroll to the list of attempts box and choose the attempt you want to delete. Click the Clear Attempt button to the very right of the row for the grade you want to delete.
 
 
5) Click "Ok" in the dialog box that appears.
 
 
5) Repeat process if more than one attempt must be deleted. When done, click Return to Grade Center.

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