Sharing and collaborating on documents in Word 2013 was always possible, but this feature has been improved in Word 2016. In this movie, you will know how to share a document with another person and use real-time coauthoring to see exactly where other users are in the document and what changes they are making in real time.
- [Voiceover] In Word 2013, you could share…documents with others, you could save them…to a location, such as the cloud.…Or to a network drive and invite people…to actually work on those files with you to collaborate.…Well, here in Word 2016, it's taken a step further.…You're gonna see some new things.…We already talked about the Share tab…up at the top that allows you to…share your files with others by saving them to the cloud,…and then inviting people to access,…either to view or edit.…We did that in the previous chapter.…Another thing you're going to notice…that's a little bit different is…something called real time co-authoring.…
It allows you to see who's working on the document…and exactly where in the document they're working.…So you can try to avoid those areas…so you're not editing the same things at the same time.…It's kinda cool.…I'm gonna work with this file, Press_release0201…from the Chapter Two folder of the Exercise files.…You can open it up if you want…or work with one of your own files.…But to follow along with me, you'll need to invite…
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