In this video, learn how to close a document in Word Online, and then use OneDrive to locate documents, open them up, and even manage files, all from your browser.
- [Instructor] Now that you understand…how the documents you create here in Word Online…are automatically saved and updated on the fly…to the cloud, typically a OneDrive location,…whether it be personal or for business,…you'll need to know how to get back to those files,…retrieve them to continue working on them, for example…and that's what we're going to explore in this movie.…We already started a document here…and in Internet Explorer,…a new tab is created automatically.…Not every browser works the same.…You may still see a single tab…and you'll need to use your navigation arrows…to go back to previous pages or tabs.…
In this case, you can see our original tab…for World Online is easily accessed…just by clicking it where we arrive…to create new documents…or access recently worked on documents down below…and we can switch between these tabs.…Same thing if you start a new document.…If you go to File,…and from here go to New…and start another new blank document,…you can select Blank Document…and a new tab might get created here.…
Note: This course is for users who know the basics of the Word desktop app, but are new to the web browser version, Word Online. It emphasizes features that work differently in Word Online. For basic Word guidance, please see Word Essential Training (Office 365) or Learning Word 2019.
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