RollBookRoster-CreatingandPrinting.doc

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Creating and Printing a Roll Book Roster Creating a Roll Book Roster This process should be followed for each course for which you would like to create a roll book roster. Please read the instructions all the way through before attempting to create it and print this page before beginning the process . 1. Click on the “Roll Book Roster Template” of the appropriate enrollment size needed for your roster and save it to your desktop. (For example, if the number of enrolled students is 50, download the template with enrollment up to 86.) You will have a choice between a letter- or legal-size format (i.e. 8½ x 11 or 8½ x 14 inches). 2. Click on the “Download Roster” button for the course for which you would like to create the roll book. (Please do only one course at a time.) This will create a file that you should save to your desktop. (For IE users - Select “Save” and when prompted for file name, enter “ roster.csv ” - Do not give the file any other
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  • Fall '18
  • Dennis Burin
  • Computer file, Roll Book Roster

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