This video explains the wide range of options available for saving and sharing files from Word, including locally, OneDrive, One Drive for Business, and SharePoint.
- [Instructor] Okay so we've touched on some of this earlier…but in this movie I want to clarify…the options that are available to you…when it comes to saving and sharing…your Word documents.…When it comes to saving your documents,…we know that you can save Word documents…on your local drive, meaning the computer…you're using Word on.…You can also use OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service…which comes as part of your Office 365 account.…You can also use a version of OneDrive…that doesn't require an Office 365 subscription.…And there's also SharePoint, another cloud-based…storage tool aimed towards business…and enterprise users, and which lets you…create document libraries that are…accessible by you and your teammates…so you can all easily access and share…the same documents and work collaboratively.…
So, where you save your documents…is going to be partially determined…by what you intend to do with them.…If you're working primarily on your own…and don't frequently need to share documents with others,…you'll probably save to your computer's…
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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