Saving to SharePoint and sharing a document link


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Saving to SharePoint and sharing a document link

Many organizations use Microsoft SharePoint sites for document sharing and collaboration. Let's see how we can save a document directly to a SharePoint library from Microsoft Word and then send a link to that document to our colleagues who need to review it. So we have our Two Trees Olive Oil draft ready to share with others, and it's ready to be reviewed by other people over the next week or so. If I mail this as an attachment, I'll need to deal with the multiple review copies of the document.

But more importantly, my reviewers won't be able to see each other's changes. I would rather post it to our team's new SharePoint site so that my reviewers can collaborate more effectively. I'm going to choose File and go Backstage, choose a Save & Send and choose Save to SharePoint. Now, this is a brand-new site, so I don't have any history of saving to it. It's not listed in my Save to SharePoint list, and I'll be forced to Browse for a location.

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Saving to SharePoint and sharing a document link
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Saving to SharePoint and sharing a document link provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
Software:
Word
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