Save Documents To SkyDrive from Office 2010

microsoft-office-2010 Microsoft Office 2010 beta is released and we are working on that only. During the testing, I found that sharing the document with online community is much easier in Office 2010. As we told you earlier about SkyDrive on Windows Live where Microsoft provide you 25GB of space online. Now thru Office 2010, you can save your documents directly on SkyDrive space.

To save he document on SkyDrive from Office 2010, follow the below mentioned path in your document like Word or Excel.

1. Open the saved document on proper application under Office 2010 or create a new document

2. Click on ‘File’ on left-top corner

3. Click on ‘Share’ option below the Print

4. Now chose ‘Save on SkyDrive’ from the options provided over there

5. Sign In with your Windows Live account and then your folders from SkyDrive will appear

6. Save and upload your document in a proper folder. You can share the document with everyone using Public Folder or any other folder with that permission.

Here are the screenshots when I was doing the same with one of my word document,

Share Option under File Menu

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Logged In with Windows Live ID

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Uploading document thru Upload Center

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Till now Microsoft Office 2010 is looking really awesome and still trying some other newly added options over there.

Related: Take A Look At The Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.

1 Comment

  1. Saqib Ali

    December 5, 2009 at 12:27 am

    Save to SkyDrive is not working for me.

    Word opens up my SkyDrive, shows me all of my folders and prompts me to save to a location, but after selecting the location, and clicking on save, the upload status utility gives me the following error msg:

    “Your changes were saved but could not be uploaded because of an error”

    Any thoughts on what could be causing this?

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