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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Saving Office Application Files to the Cloud

The installed versions of the Office 2013 applications strongly encourage you to save files to the cloud. In fact, saving your Office files to a cloud server such as SkyDrive or SkyDrive Pro is configured at the end of the Office installation process (if you work at a company or institution, your Office installation may be handled by your network administrators). So, at least one cloud location is available by default in all of your Office applications. Saving your Excel, Word, PowerPoint, or OneNote files directly to one of these cloud options allows you to easily access your files from multiple devices and allows you to easily share files with colleagues or co-workers.

So at the end of the Office ...

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