In this video, learn how to access sharing options to share a Word Online document with others, such as people inside or even outside your organization. Also learn how to set different levels of access to selected groups of people and manage access after
- [Instructor] Perhaps the biggest advantage…to working with Word Online…and saving your documents to the cloud…is how easy it becomes to share them with other people,…even collaborate simultaneously,…as we're going to explore in this movie.…Let's go up to the File tab…and start a new document by clicking New.…Use one of the templates like an event flyer.…So we want to create this,…but we need some input from other people.…So it's easy for us to share with other people…and manage the type of access we give to those people.…
All we need to do is go up here…to the Share button in the top right corner…here on the ribbon,…give it a click, and you'll see that…there are different options…for who can work on this file.…By default, anyone with this link can edit.…That means if we send this out to two people,…and they can send it out to two people,…and anyone with the link,…no matter how they get it,…will be able to go in and make adjustments to this.…Click this, it'll drop down,…and you'll see some other options.…If you're working with a business account like I am,…
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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