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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Adding Files to the Files Tool

As mentioned earlier, the Files tool is one of the tools provided by default in a standard workspace. You can use the Files tool to collect and store files that members share, making the files available to members in a location to which each member has access. For example, teams that work together without a tool such as Groove often route files for review through e-mail, which often has the effect of creating more than one "master" copy of the files. In Groove, after a workspace member adds a file to a workspace, Groove alerts members that the workspace contains "unread" data. In a similar manner, when a workspace member makes a change to a file contained in a workspace, Groove synchronizes the file, and workspace ...

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