Skydrive with Office 2010 versus Office 2013

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Skydrive with Office 2010 versus Office 2013

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One of my commenters ask about the use of Skydrive in Office 2010 versus Office 2013.  Office 2010 can save to Skydrive or SharePoint treating those locations as a normal save.  The Office 2013 treats the save to Skydrive default and the UI has changed quite a bit.

Here the process to save a file in Word 2013, it appears that the “Lords Of Complexity” missed this page, it is clean and balanced, easy:


Here is the way you use Office 2010 to save to skydrive, in Office 2010, the “Lords of Complexity” must have designed this page, many choices, buttons, menus, all of the things that the complexity lords love:


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  • This is a very useful post, Sam. Thanks!

  • Jerry,

    Thank you for the compliment!  It means a great deal.


  • Oh, I see. I thought I've see an option of "Save to SkyDrive" on something like RC release so thinking it's missing. And actually the "Save to Web" option made me think that it uploads file to MySpace. :P

  • cheong00,

    MySpace.  :)

    How about save to GEnie?


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