How do I Add items to Modules?
You can add new or existing content items in the LMS to a module. You can also add an item to multiple modules, or multiple iterations of an item to one module.
When you add items to a Module, please be aware that the status of the Module overrides the state of the individual module items. You may want to consider leaving all Module items in an unpublished state until you are ready to publish the entire Module.
In Course Navigation, click the Modules link. To add an item, click the Add Item icon . Click the Add drop-down menu  and select one of the following item types:
If you have already created the item you want to add, click the name of the item . You can select more than one item to add.
Choose the Indentation drop-down menu to indent the item inside the module.
Click the Add Item button .
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