Learn how to use OneDrive to save your Word document online where you can then choose to share it with others and assign different levels of access.
- [David] In this week's work tip,…I'm going to show you exactly how easy it is…to share a Word document with others,…allowing them to view or even edit the file,…not a copy of the file like you'd send via email…in an attachment, but the actual file,…all for free using your free Windows and Microsoft account.…As you can see, I've gone to my browser, office.com.…Now the user interface is always changing.…Yours may look different than mine,…but somewhere you should be able to find a sign-in link.…Clicking there allows you to sign in…with a Microsoft account.…
If you have one already and you've done this before,…it might show up on the list, like my old Hotmail account.…Otherwise, you can use another account…and just simply type it in.…I typed in my Hotmail account…the first time I had to do that,…now it shows up on my list.…Clicking it now will redirect you,…where you may be prompted to provide a password…for your Hotmail account, your Windows Live,…Outlook.com account.…And when you sign in, you're going to notice…
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Outlook 2016 Essential Trainingwith Jess Stratton2h 49m Beginner
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