If your course has enabled Microsoft Office 365 and Assignment Enhancements, you can upload a file from your Microsoft OneDrive for an assignment.
Like other file upload submissions, files uploaded from Office 365 are uploaded into your Canvas user files submissions folder.
Canvas accepts Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, and PDF types.
In Course Navigation, click the Assignments link.
Note: You can also access your Assignments through your user or course dashboard, the Syllabus, Gradebook, Calendar, or Modules.
Click the name of the assignment.
If your instructor allows multiple submission types for the assignment, the Attempt tab  displays the accepted submission types in the Submission Type drop-down menu .
To upload a Microsoft Office 365 file for your assignment submission, click the File option .
To upload an Office 365 file as your assignment submission, click the More Options button.
To select your Office 365 file, click the Office 365 tab .
Microsoft Office 365 will display a list of all allowed file types. Click the checkbox of the appropriate file .
To save your upload as a draft, click the Attach File button .
Note: If the Office 365 tab does not display, your institution has not enabled this feature.
To submit your your Office 365 file or URL as your assignment submission, click the Submit button.
After submitting, the Status Timeline displays a checkmark icon for the Submitted status .
You can view your most recent submission in the Attempt tab .
If your instructor allows, you may resubmit another version of your assignment using the New Attempt icon .
If you've submitted multiple assignment submissions, you can view previous submissions by clicking the Attempt drop-down .
Once your instructor has graded your submission, your grade displays in the Assignment Summary Header . You can also see details about your assignment and links to additional feedback in your Grades page.