This video shows how to access Word files stored in OneDrive and edit them in either Word Online or the desktop version of Word.
- [Instructor] If you're a Google Docs user,…you're probably familiar with how easy it is…to collaborate on documents with other users.…Because Google Docs is live online by default,…it's very easy to send a link to other people,…giving them editing privileges, and you can coauthor…or work on the same document simultaneously,…seeing the changes you're all making in real time.…So the good news is you can also do this…in Microsoft Word.…In order to coauthor a Word document,…it has to be stored on OneDrive or SharePoint.…Basically it has to be online…so you and your team members can all…access the document at the same time…from your own computers.…
For this example I'm looking at my OneDrive account…from my web browser.…I have a variety of file types in here.…Be aware though that you can only coauthor…Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files.…You can't work online simultaneously with others…on PDFs, image files, or any other file types.…But we're going to be working in Word here, so we're fine.…Let's say I want to work on this press release…
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- Purchasing Word vs. subscribing
- Navigating the Word interface
- Creating and formatting documents
- Inserting columns and tables
- Configuring AutoSave
- Co-authoring in Word
- Using Word Online and the Word Mobile app