In this video, learn how and where documents are saved and updated automatically in Word Online. Also, learn how to rename a new file you created, changing the default file name to something more meaningful.
- [David] Well we already know…when we create new documents here in Word Online,…they're automatically saved and updated to the cloud…using the default naming convention.…If you were following along with me in the previous movie…we created a new blank document,…automatically got the name Document 1,…automatically saved to the cloud.…With a personal Microsoft account,…you have personal OneDrive space in the cloud.…With a business account like Office 365 for Business…you might be storing using SharePoint services…or OneDrive for Business, all depends on your organization…and how they've set it up.…
Regardless, you can see we're left with a document…that has a name, Document 1 and we're not exactly sure…where it's stored.…For me, when I look up here I see my credentials,…my name, David Rivers, and the location is documents.…You may see something similar, depends again on your account…but we can always go over here to the file tab,…click there and you'll notice there's no save option,…it's automatically saved and updated,…
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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