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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Saving and Opening Documents with Windows Live

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Windows Live is a Web site, where you can store and share information, such as contacts, e-mail (using hotmail), photos, and files. Windows Live is a free service provided by Microsoft. Windows Live provides drive space, called a SkyDrive, for you to store files and photos in a folder, just like your computer drive, where others with permission can access them using a browser. To make storing files on the SkyDrive quick and easy, Office 2010 programs provide a Save to Web command (New!) on the Save & Send screen for you to save Office documents directly to a SkyDrive folder (New!) using a Windows Live account. Once the Office documents are stored on the SkyDrive, or a Microsoft SharePoint server as another option, you can view or edit them in a browser using a Microsoft Office Web App (New!), which is installed and provided by Windows Live.

Save an Office Document to Windows Live

In an Office Desktop App, open the document you want to save to the Web.

Click the File tab, click Save & Send, and then click Save to Web.

If necessary, click the Sign In button, enter your Windows Live ID e-mail address and password, and then click OK.

Select a folder on the Windows Live Web site, either a personal or shared folder.

  • To create a new folder, click the New Folder button to open your browser to Windows Live, type a name, select a Share with location, click Next, and then complete the instructions.

Click the Save As button.

Use the default location, specify a name, and then click Save.

To open Windows Live Web site, click the Windows Live link.

Open an Office Document Directly from Windows Live

In an Office Desktop App, click the File tab, and then click Open.

  • To access a recently used file stored on Windows Live, click the File tab, click Recent, and then click the recent file or recent folder to open it.

Navigate to the Windows Live SkyDrive.

Select the file you want to open.

Click Open.

If necessary, enter your Windows Live ID e-mail address and password, and then click OK.
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