Create and Share Documents Easily Using OneDrive

Easily create and share documents with others using Microsoft OneDrive. OneDrive starts out with  7GB of free online storage for use. Once you have the free account you can upload documents and pictures. Then share the documents you want with others.

Create an Office Document

  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • OneNote
  • Excel Survey
  • Plain Text Document

create an office document onedrive

Upload a document or picture.

upload a document or picture to onedrive

Create a folder. Folders come in 3 types.

  • Private
  • Shared (Edit or View Only permissions)
  • Public

Below are the steps to create a shared folder.

  1. Click Create–>Folder–>Name Folder
  2. Select the check box next to the folder
  3. Click Share
  4. Add Email(s)
  5. Confirm Edit or View Only permissions as you send email link

create onedrive folder

 

 

checkbox for onedrive folder

email onedrive folder

view edit onedrive folder

The first stop is to visit www.onedrive.com to sign up for an account if you don’t already have one.

 

 

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About Steve Chase

I want to help you work in your business, so you can work on your business. I want to help you achieve your goals and help you have a successful small business journey. I understand that keeping up with the latest technology and cloud based computer trends can be difficult, when you’re running your day to day business. But, it is crucial that you keep up with the technology and best understand your options, in order to thrive in this new era of online business. I can help you discover the right software and tools for your business, train your team on how to use them, and mentor you to best serve and delight your customers. My certifications include: QuickBooks ProAdvisor, Microsoft Office Specialist Master, and OntraPort Certified Consultant.
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