Easily collaborate with others by sharing documents electronically. In this video, learn how to share documents using OneDrive, email, online presentation, and posting to a blog.
- [Instructor] Let's take a look at how we can share … our documents electronically. … We'll first take a look at how to use OneDrive … to share a document and allow people … to either edit the document or just view it. … When we use OneDrive, … we email a link to people who need access. … We'll also look at how to attach a document to an email. … I have our Share document open … and it's currently saved on my desktop … in my chapter two folder. … I wouldn't be able to share this with anyone … unless I emailed it to them. … So let's save it on our OneDrive account. … I'll go to File, Save As. … We're using Michael Landon's OneDrive account … for this demonstration. … I'll go ahead and go into the documents folder … and we're going to save this as … Landon Hotel History Draft 1. … Click Save and that document has now been saved … to Mr. Landon's OneDrive account. … Let's go to File and Share. … We can share the document with other people. … My Share window opens and I'm going to invite Mr. Landon. …
- Navigating within documents
- Inserting headers and footers
- Sharing documents
- Finding and replacing text
- Inserting breaks
- Formatting text
- Creating tables and lists
- Creating citations and bibliographies
- Managing references
- Adding comments
- Managing change tracking
- Taking the practice exam
Skill Level Intermediate
About the challenges1m 13s
1. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam Overview
2. Manage Documents
3. Insert and Format Text, Paragraphs, and Sections
4. Manage Tables and Lists
5. Create and Manage References
6. Insert and Format Graphic Elements
7. Manage Document Collaboration
8. Practice Exam
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