Presentation on theme: "Services Course Windows Live SkyDrive Participant Guide."— Presentation transcript:
Live@edu Services Course Windows Live SkyDrive Participant Guide
2 Windows Live SkyDrive Outlook Live Windows Live Messenger Windows Live SkyDrive Office Live Workspace Windows Live Spaces + Windows Live Writer Windows Live Groups
3 Windows Live SkyDrive Windows Live SkyDrive lessons Create a Folder Upload a File Send a link to a Folder Rename a Folder Edit Permission of a Folder Make a Folder Private Add a Comment to a File Move a File Edit a File Embed a File into a Web page or blog
4 Windows Live SkyDrive SkyDrive is a way to store your files online conveniently and securely. As a Live@edu user, you get 25GB of storage space, free. With Windows Live SkyDrive you can: Use 25GB of allocated storage that can be password-protected Manage all of your files, folders and subfolders (maximum 50MB per file) Share your SkyDrive folders with contacts Assign individual permissions (to read, modify, delete) Use easy “drag and drop” file sharing features For more information check out: http://windowslive.com/Online/SkyDrive
5 Windows Live SkyDrive Log on to Windows Live SkyDrive Open your browser and go to your school portal or enter http://home.live.com. http://home.live.com Enter your Windows Live ID and password click Sign in. Click the More drop-down arrow. Click SkyDrive..
6 Windows Live SkyDrive Introducing your SkyDrive home page Links to other Live@edu services Folders, Related Places, and History Displays recent folders created and shared Activity in your network Available space on your SkyDrive
8 Windows Live SkyDrive Click Create folder. In the Name field, give your new folder a name.
9 Windows Live SkyDrive Click Share with: to select with whom you want to share the folder contents. You can choose to share with: Everyone Your folder will be visible to anyone with a Windows Live account My network Your folder will be visible to people you have added to your Windows Live network Just me Your folder will not be visible to anyone Click Next.
10 Windows Live SkyDrive Alternatively, to share with people in your network click Select people… Your folder will be visible to people you select. You can also enter the name or e-mail address of a contact, or Select from your contact list. To see who is in your network, click on the blue number next to the My network check box.
11 Windows Live SkyDrive If these are the contacts in your network you want to share the folder with click Close. Check the My network box to share the contents of the folder with your network. Select whether your network can view files or can add, edit details, and delete files. Click Next..
12 Windows Live SkyDrive Upload a file Click Select files from your computer. Browse to where the file is located and click Open.
13 Windows Live SkyDrive Upload a file (continued) The file will now appear in the upload window. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to upload more than one files. When all files are ready, click the Upload button.
14 Windows Live SkyDrive Click Let people know. Click the To button and click contacts you would like to email about the new file in the folder. Click Close.
15 Windows Live SkyDrive Enter your message in the Include your own message field and click Send. A confirmation will appear. Click SkyDrive to get back to the home page.
16 Windows Live SkyDrive Click the folder to rename. Click the More drop-down arrow list and click Rename.
17 Windows Live SkyDrive In the New name dialog field, enter the new name for your folder. Click Save.
18 Windows Live SkyDrive Click the More drop-down arrow list and click Edit permissions. Select the new permissions for the folder and click Save when you have finished.
19 Windows Live SkyDrive Click the More drop-down arrow list. And click Edit permissions. Click Clear these settings then click Save.
20 Windows Live SkyDrive A permission status beneath the file will appear that states Shared with: Just me. Your file is now private. Click SkyDrive to get back to the home page.
22 Windows Live SkyDrive From your SkyDrive home page click the folder where the file is located. Click the file you want to add a comment to.
23 Windows Live SkyDrive Click the Options drop-down arrow list. And click Comments. Check the Yes users can post comments on my files and photos radio button. Click Save.
24 Windows Live SkyDrive Click on the file. Type your comment into the Comments field and click Add.
25 Windows Live SkyDrive Your comment will now appear under the file. Click SkyDrive to get back to the home page.
26 Windows Live SkyDrive Move a file From your SkyDrive home page click the folder where the files are located. Click the file you want to move.
27 Windows Live SkyDrive Move a file (continued) Click the folder you want to move the file to. To move the file to your selected folder, click Move this file into [folder name]. To move the file into a new folder, click New folder.
28 Windows Live SkyDrive Move a file (continued) The file will now be in the folder. Click on SkyDrive to get back to the home page.
29 Windows Live SkyDrive From your SkyDrive home page click the folder where the file is located. Click the file to edit.
30 Windows Live SkyDrive Edit a file (continued) Click on the file and click Download. Click Open in the File Download window.
31 Windows Live SkyDrive Edit a file (continued) Edit the file as you wish then click Save. Enter a name for the updated file and Click Save, to save it to your PC. Make sure you give it a new file name or version number.
32 Windows Live SkyDrive Edit a file (continued) Delete the old file from the SkyDrive. Click OK in the Windows Internet Explorer window. Click Add files.
33 Windows Live SkyDrive Edit a file (continued) Click Select files from your computer. Browse to where the new file that has just been saved to your PC and click Open.
34 Windows Live SkyDrive Edit a file (continued) The file will now appear in the upload window. Click Upload. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT In mid 2010 Microsoft will launch the new Office Web Apps This will allow files produced with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote to be viewed and edited in the browser The browser experience will result in no changes in appearance or formatting when documents produced in the rich client are viewed online in the browser The Office Web Apps will work just as well on Safari and Firefox as they do in Internet Explorer
35 Windows Live SkyDrive Embed a File into a Web page or blog Click the file you want to share a link to on a Web or Blog page. Click Share. Click Copy the HTML mark-up to the page you’d like this item to appear.
36 Windows Live SkyDrive Embed a File into a Web page or blog Click Allow access. Paste the markup language into your blog or Web page. For more information, see the Help documentation for your blog or Web service. When you have finished click Done.
37 Windows Live SkyDrive Windows Live SkyDrive Practice and Discussion Now complete these activities on your own: Create a Folder Share a Folder Upload a File Send a link to a Folder Rename a Folder Edit Permission of a Folder Make a Folder Private Add a Comment to a File Move a File Edit a File Embed a File into a Web page or blog At the completion of the practice session you will have the chance to discuss any questions you have with the instructor
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