How do I remove/delete an assignment that I've submitted?

I realize I can add/submit the correct assignment but I would like to remove/delete the incorrect assignment.
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  • Hello Amy,

    Delete an Assessment
    You can delete a menu item, or you can remove a menu item from the course without permanently deleting it.The Archive option enables you to remove a menu item you will not use from your course with the flexibility of restoring the item if you decide to use it later.

    Like all menu items, when you delete an assessment the contents within the assessment, such as questions, are also deleted. It's best practice to delete an assessment before it is available to students.

    To delete an assessment:
    Click Modify Menu. The Course Menu window opens.
    On the Add & Arrange tab, click modify for the menu item you want to delete.The item is moved to the Restore tab.
    At this point, you can
    Close the Modify Course Menu window.
    On the Restore tab, click restoreRestore to restore the item to the course.
    On the Restore tab, click Google CalendarDelete to permanently delete the item from the course.

    Here is the location I got this information:
    http://openclass.custhelp.com/app/ans...

    Let me know if you need anything else.

    Thanks,
    OpenClass Help
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  • I'm a student not an instructor, not sure if that makes a difference but I didn't see any of those tabs you mentioned.
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  • Hello Amy,

    I'm following up to see if there is a way a student can do this, you may need to ask the instructor to in your place.

    Thanks,
    OpenClass Help
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