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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Working Together on Office Documents - Working with Folders on Windows Live

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The SkyDrive on Windows Lives comes with four default folders: My Documents, Favorites, Shared Favorites, and Public. The My Documents and Public folders store documents, while the Favorites and Shared Favorites folders store links to Web sites. The My Documents and Favorites folders are private for your eyes only, while the Shared Favorites and Public folders are viewable by everyone in your Windows Live network. If you want to share your documents with others, then add or move them to the Public folder. Instead of using the default folders, you can create and use your own and then specify permissions for access. If you no longer need a folder, you can delete it. You cannot rename a default folder, however, you can rename the ones you create.

Create a SkyDrive Folder

Open your browser, go to www.live.com, and then sign in to Windows Live.

Navigate to the Windows Live SkyDrive.

Click a folder icon to navigate to the folder where you want to create a folder.

Click the New link, and then click Folder.

Type a name for the folder.

To change the share permissions, click the Share with link, select an option: Everyone (public), My friends and their friends, Friends, Some friends, Just me, or Add Specific people.

Click Next.

The new folder opens.


To add files to the new folder, click the Add files link, drag or select the you want, and then click Continue.


Rename a SkyDrive Folder

Open your browser, go to www.live.com, and then sign in to Windows Live.

Navigate to the Windows Live SkyDrive.

Click a folder icon to navigate to the folder you want to rename.

Click the More link, and then click Rename.

Enter a new name for the folder.

Click Save.


Delete a SkyDrive Folder

Open your browser, go to www.live.com, and then sign in to Windows Live.

Navigate to the Windows Live SkyDrive.

Click a folder icon to navigate to the folder you want to delete.

Click the More link, and then click Delete.

Click OK to confirm the deletion of the folder and all of its contents.
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