If you are homeworking you can collaborate with OneDrive. Microsoft’s OneDrive can be used to:
- Access and edit your files from all your devices.
- Share inside or outside your organization.
- Work together in real-time on Office documents.
- Quickly find the files that matter to you.
- Keep your files protected and backed up.
Saving your files to the cloud lets you access them from anywhere and makes it easy to share them with family and friends. If you have to work from home you can easily collaborate with OneDrive on projects with your co-workers. To save documents online with OneDrive, sign in to Microsoft Office.
Your files are saved online at OneDrive.com and also to your OneDrive folder on your computer. Storing files in your OneDrive folder allows you to work offline, in addition to online, and your changes are synchronized when you reconnect to the Internet. To learn more about OneDrive, watch this video tutorial.
To save a file to OneDrive
- With a document open in an Office program, click File > Save As > OneDrive.
- If you haven’t signed in, do that now by clicking Sign In.
- Or if you haven’t signed up for a Microsoft account, click Sign up.
After you sign up or sign in, save your document to OneDrive.
- Use OneDrive in your browser
- Sign in to office.com and select OneDrive.
Right-click a file, and select a command.
You can store over 300 types of files on OneDrive. With Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome:
- Select Upload > Files or Upload > Folder.
Select the files or folder you want to upload.
Select Open or Select Folder.
With other browsers:
- Select Upload, select the files you want to upload, and select Open.
If you don’t see Upload > Folder, create a folder, and then upload the files to that folder.
- Use OneDrive on your desktop
If you use Windows 10, OneDrive may have already asked you to sign in to sync your files.