Learn how to sync OneDrive files to your desktop.
- [Instructor] Syncing your OneDrive files…gives you access to them…when you don't have an internet connection.…With the Files Document Library in view, select Sync.…Select Yes to the switch apps prompt.…Enter your email address and select Sign in.…Then enter your password and select Sign in.…The This is your OneDrive folder information menu appears.…This shows where the OneDrive folders and files…will be synced for offline viewing and editing.…It includes the name of the company,…helpful if you have more than one OneDrive library…synced on your computer.…
To change the location, click the Change location link.…After making any necessary changes, select Next.…The files are copied to the new directory.…A tutorial appears.…Select the X in the upper right corner to close this.…Once done, File Explorer will open…displaying the synced files.…Now your files can be accessed from your computer.…When changes are made…they will be synced to the cloud library.…To learn more about OneDrive…or browse our entire library of courses…
- 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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