- [Instructor] The first time I want to save a document in,…for example, Microsoft Excel,…I want to save in my document library.…To do that, I will simply choose file,…save as, and I will navigate to my sites.…This is going into the document library in Policy Review.…Now remember that I won't see my sites if I'm not logged in.…So if you don't see your sites…or you don't see your OneDrive,…make sure that you're logged in with the proper account.…
But I'm going to the Policy Review site.…The libraries from that site will load,…and I'm going to wait a moment for that to happen,…in case there's more than one.…Here's my documents library, double click to open it,…and this is the Policy Review Schedule.…Click save.…And the document will be saved in this SharePoint library.…I do the same thing if I were saving it into…my OneDrive for Business, or my personal OneDrive.…
SharePoint is providing a list of content types…and content type definitions in case this library…has some special information that it wants…me to provide about this document.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Understanding SharePoint permissions
- Searching SharePoint sites
- Editing, saving, and sharing documents
- Using OneDrive for file storage
- Working with libraries and list apps
- Creating custom and dynamic views
- Integrating Office apps: Outlook, Word, and more
- Going mobile with SharePoint Online
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with SharePoint Online
2. Work with SharePoint Sites
3. Edit and Save Documents
4. Share and Sync Documents
5. Work with List Apps
6. Go Mobile with SharePoint Online
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7. Integration: SharePoint 2016 and Office
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