You can view and save copies of your completed documents on the My Documents page.

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Viewing the My Documents Page

My Documents page

The My Documents page includes a list of your documents and their names, studies, sites, statuses, and how long ago you completed them. We add documents when you sign or decline an eConsent form. If you’ve completed multiple versions of a document or declined then later signed the same version of a document, all the completed documents are displayed on the list.

Complete the following steps to view your documents:

  1. If you just finished completing your forms, select Go to My Documents on the list of forms. If you completed all your forms previously, all you need to do is log in and you’ll see the My Documents page. See the eConsent and Account pages for more information.
  2. If you want to view the specific date and time when you completed a document, position your mouse’s pointer over the amount of time in the Date column. On a touchscreen device, you can select the amount of time. You can also do this on the list of documents to complete or in the banner at the top of a completed document.
  3. If you want to view a document, select its linked name in the Document Name column. We display the completed form for you, and you can select the Back to List button ( < ) at the top of the page to return to the My Documents page. You can view the different parts of the form in the same way as when you completed the documents by using the table of contents or the Next Section or Previous Section link.

Note The documents on the page are grouped by study and sorted in reverse order by the dates when you completed the documents. The study groups are also listed in reverse order by when you most recently completed a document for a study.

Downloading Documents

Select the Download PDF button ( Download PDF button ) to download a .PDF copy of a document. The button is displayed on the rows of the documents on the My Documents page and at the top of the page while you’re viewing a document.

The file is saved to the location used by your browser. See the help documentation for your browser if you’re not sure how to find the file.