If your instructor allows file uploads as a submission type, you can upload a file from your computer as an assignment submission. This lesson shows how to turn in a standard online assignment in a course using Assignment Enhancements.
Any attachments added as part of a graded assignment submission are also copied to your user files but are not counted against your user quota. However, once the file has been uploaded as a submission, you cannot delete the file. Files are stored in the Submissions folder.
If your institution has enabled Google Docs as a submission type, you can also upload a file from Google Drive.
In Course Navigation, click the Assignments link.
Click the name of the assignment.
Your instructor may specify which submission types are appropriate for each 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.
Click the Submission Type drop-down menu , and select the File option .
If your instructor only allows File submissions, the File option may display in place of the Submission Type drop-down menu.
To upload a file from your computer, drag and drop a file, or browse your computer files by clicking the Upload File icon .
To upload a file from your Canvas user files, click the More Options button .
Select your file  and click the Open button .
Your file displays as a draft submission in the Attempt tab .
To delete the file, click the Delete icon .
To submit the file, click the Submit button .
When your submission is successfully submitted, the Status Timeline displays a checkmark icon for the Submitted status .
Additionally, you can view your most recent submission in the Attempt tab .
If you choose, 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.