How to Save Your Work in a Teacher's Inbox - In School Only
1. Be sure to save your work in your HOME folder first. Make sure to use your class period and name in the file name (or follow any naming pattern your teacher has given you.) 2. Close the file. 3. Open "My Computer" from the desktop. 4. Open your H: "HOME" folder. Right click and "copy" your file. 5. Open "My Computer" again from the desktop. (You'll now have two windows open.) 6. Open the S: "Shared" folder, choose Mill Creek, then open "Student Work," then "Student Inbox" then find your subject folder, then find your teacher folder, and finally, find period folder. 7. Right click on the folder and paste your file. To confirm the file is in the inbox, try to paste the file again. If you get a message that says "The file exists" you know your file has been turned in.
Alternate way: Simply drag the file from your HOME folder and place on top of your teacher's inbox. Repeat to get the confirmation message that says "The file exists."
NOTES 1. You will NOT be able to open your teacher's inbox. You will only be allowed to drop files on top of it. If you are having difficulty, please ask a media staff member for help. 2. If you are downloading a file from your email account, you must first open it and save it to your HOME folder. Be sure to rename the file as needed. 3. To rename a file, make sure the file is closed. Right click on the file in your HOME folder and click "Rename." 4. If you are receiving error messages, try renaming your file. Make sure there are no symbols or spaces and that the file name is not very long.