This video shows how to edit and co-author files that you’ve stored on OneDrive or SharePoint, or files that have been shared with you from OneDrive or SharePoint. Co-authoring is when two or more people open and edit the same file at the same time on completely different computers.
- [Narrator] In this movie, I want to see…how we can edit and co author files…that you've stored on OneDrive or SharePoint,…or files that have been shared with you…from OneDrive or SharePoint.…Co authoring is when two or more people…open and edit the same file at the same time,…on completely different computers,…and I want to start with a few rules.…First, you can only edit or co author files…on SharePoint or OneDrive if they are Microsoft Word,…PowerPoint, or Excel documents.…You cannot co author PDF or an image file,…or any other files other than Word, PowerPoint, or Excel.…
You can share notebooks from OneNote,…and collaborate on those in real time,…but that's a little bit of a different work flow,…and we'll talk about that in another movie.…Okay, second rule, to edit a document online…or co author a document, it has to be stored…on OneDrive or SharePoint.…This can be a OneDrive personal account,…or OneDrive for business.…It can be any of your SharePoint groups,…but it has to be stored in one of those locations first.…
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- Office 365 accounts and tools
- Office 365 Groups and SharePoint
- Choosing the right tools for your collaboration needs
- Working with shared calendars in Outlook
- Making video and audio calls with Skype for Business
- Managing collaborative conversations with Teams
- Editing and co-authoring files stored on OneDrive or SharePoint
- Choosing a location to store files
- Sharing files from OneDrive or SharePoint
- Sharing files in Teams