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<h2>Uploading Your Grades to Basmati</h2>
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<font size=+3>A</font>fter you've created your export file(s), you'll need
to upload them to Basmati.  Follow the steps below:
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<li>Log into the faculty section of Basmati using your username and password.
<li>Click the link titled "Submit File".
<li>A page will appear with a section titled "Locate your export file..."
<li>Click the  <input type=button value="Browse..."> button (the one on this page is inactive -- use the
real one at the faculty site).
<li>A dialog box will appear asking you to locate your Grade Machine export file.  Locate the file and click OK.
<li>The filename (and path) will appear in the box next to the Browse button.
<li>Click the <input type=button value="Submit File to Basmati"> button (the one on this page is inactive --
use the real one at the faculty site).
<li>If everything goes well you should receive a notice indicating that your grades were updated.  If you
encountered errors, please try to correct them or contact your local Basmati administrator.
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Any invalid student IDs (such as those containing letters) will be converted to a student ID of 0.  Look carefully
through the grade confirmation table to make sure that you don't see any zeros. 
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Most often, errors will occur because of missing information in the <i>Class | Class Information</i> section of
Grade Machine.  Please re-visit <a href=prepare.htm>Preparing Grade Machine for Basmati</a> for more details.
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