Learn how to capture photos in OneDrive using Office Lens.
- [Instructor] If you take photos of whiteboards,…business cards, conference presentations,…and printed documents,…the Office Lens mobile app can capture these.…can capture these.…The Microsoft Office Lens is a free app you can download…The Microsoft Office Lens is a free app…you can download for your devices.…for your devices.…I'm demonstrating this from an Apple iPad.…Start by opening the Office Lens app.…Next, to the right,…select the type of document that you will be capturing.…of document that you will be capturing.…It's currently set to documents,…but the other choices are whiteboard,…business card, and photo.…Let's go with document.…Then, line the camera up…for what you would like to capture.…
Notice the orange borders around this document.…Notice the orange borders around this document.…This is indicating how it's going to crop…to crop and flatten this document.…and flatten this document.…Select the circle to capture this.…In the lower-right corner, select done.…In the export to menu,…select where you would like to save this image to.…
- Creating new documents
- Sharing files and folders
- Coauthoring documents
- Managing file versions
- Attaching files in Outlook
- Syncing files
- Scanning documents
- Searching for content
- Accessing OneDrive from Teams and Microsoft Office
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