In this video, Jess Stratton walks you through verifying OneDrive is running, saving and opening an Office document on the desktop, and uploading attachments through the Outlook client.
- [Instructor] You can incorporate one drive…in your daily use on your desktop computer.…The first thing you'll want to do is verify…that one drive is running on the desktop…and syncing and up to date.…On the very bottom right-hand side of the system tray,…I can see the One Drive cloud icon.…I'm going to hover my mouse over it.…I can see here that it's running and it is current,…so I'm good to go.…I'll open up Excel.…This is Excel 2016 running on my desktop.…If I have a new document and I'm ready to save it,…maybe I've made some changes.…
I'll just leave it at that.…I'm ready to save it, and I want to save it to One Drive.…The first thing I need to verify is that I'm signed in…to my Office 365 account.…On the very top right hand side of the screen,…I can see my name.…I could also click on it to go to my account info…if I wanted to.…But if I wasn't signed in, this would be a link…that would say, sign in.…So I could sign in to my Office 365 account.…I'll click file, save as, and here I can see…my One Drive account.…
- Name the web portal for the main Microsoft Office 365 applications.
- Explain how to find out how much storage space you are using and how much you have to spare.
- Recall how to create new folder in the web interface.
- Recognize what happens automatically when you start a new document in Office Online.
- Explain the easiest way to stop sharing a document with all involved.