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Silly question - presenter able to update?

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Silly question - presenter able to update?

Postby elena » Mon Nov 19, 2007 9:05 pm

I know that this must be a silly question and probably been answered before. I'm feeling like such a goose for asking it though I can't seem to find the answer for searching:

Is it possible for Authors to update/change/amend their submission after it has been made?

Or, is submission completely final with no further changes allowed by the submitter?

I'd be delighted if someone would be able to let me know.

Thanks!
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Re: Silly question - presenter able to update?

Postby elena » Mon Nov 19, 2007 9:17 pm

Gosh I'm silly - I knew as soon as I posted this I would answer my own question, particularly as I was sure that I had seen a facility to modify this before.

The answer is: Yes, it is called "Edit Metadata"

Sorry for wasting anyone's time :P
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