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LE Type - Microsoft Asset

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This article will describe the process to add a Microsoft Asset as a Learning Element to your Catalog which can be utilized by your Learners.

To Add a Microsoft Asset Learning Element

  • Ensure the proper Current Team is selected. Menu located lower-left of screen.

  • Navigate to the Catalog tab.

  • Locate the Folder you wish to add a Microsoft Asset as a Learning Element and select to highlight. This will display this Folder's Learning Elements within the LEARNING CONTENT field.

  • Click on the +NEW button to open menu and select Add Learning Element.

Once the Add Learning Element page opens, click on Choose from List on left and select Microsoft Asset.

When the Microsoft Asset details panel opens;

  • Enter a required Name.

  • Learning Element Format: Typically default settings can be used. Use the associated dropdown menu to select an alternate format.

  • Custom Window Dimensions: Select slide to change window display dimensions. Typical usage can leave default settings. Custom window dimensions will force an object to display at defined custom dimensions.*

*Sometimes specific window dimensions might be required.

  • Enable Proctoring: Use slide to enable live proctoring. This feature only available for LE Formats with Popup or Modal launch windows. For further information related to proctoring please see; Proctoring - Introduction.

  • Description: Enter an optional description.

  • Microsoft Asset: Use this field to upload your chosen Microsoft Asset file.

The other tabs include;

  • Ensure to click Save & Close to properly save this Microsoft Asset and create your new Learning Element.

The Microsoft Asset will now display as a Learning Element within the LEARNING CONTENT field of the Catalog Folder where it was created.


Various Microsoft assets such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheets or PowerPoint presentations can be quickly added to your LMS Catalog to function as Learning Elements to be utilized by your Learners. 

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