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Microsoft® Office® Professional 2013 Plain & Simple by Katherine Murray

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Saving files to the cloud

Office 2013 is set by default to save your files to the cloud, which is great if you’re an avid SkyDrive or SharePoint user, but it might leave you a bit cold if you prefer to keep all your files as close as possible. Luckily the setting is easy to change, and you can choose to save your files—by default or otherwise—wherever you choose. Saving to the cloud is easier than you might think, however, and it does give you the extra perk of being able to share your files easily and work on them no matter what device you are using or where you might happen to be.

Save to the cloud

  1. Finish working on your Office file and click the File tab to display the Backstage view.

  2. Click Save As.

  3. In Places, choose the SkyDrive location. ...

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