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Live@edu Services Course Live SkyDrive Participant Guide
2 Windows Live SkyDrive Outlook Live Live Messenger Office Live and Live SkyDrive Office Live Workspace Live Spaces + Live Writer Live Groups
3 Windows Live SkyDrive 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 Move a File Edit a File
4 Windows Live SkyDrive Office Live and 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 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 IE8) 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 www.outlook.com Enter your Outlook Live ID and password click Sign in. Click the Office drop-down arrow. Click Recent Documents. Note: You can also access your SkyDrive from the web address office.live.com.
6 Windows Live SkyDrive Introducing your SkyDrive home page Links to other Live@edu services Your Personal folders containing documents Your Shared folders containing documents Folders shared by others Your Recent History
8 Windows Live SkyDrive Click Create folder. In the Name field, give your new folder a name (Best Practice Homework Assignment Examples 2010). Note: By default, the folder is not to be shared with anyone (Just Me) To share the folder with selected people, click Change Creating and Managing Folders (Sharing Folders with Selected People)
9 Windows Live SkyDrive Note: You can drag the slider to choose to share the folder with: Everyone Your folder will be visible to anyone with a Windows Live account My friends and their friends; Friends; Some friends Your folder will be visible to people you have added to your Windows Live network Just me Your folder will be visible only to you and will not be visible to anyone To share the folder with selected people, drag the slider to Just me and enter the person email address in the e-mail address field (Enter the Outlook Live ID of the person close to you) Click on the comma button Repeat Step 3 to select another person Creating and Managing Folders (Sharing Folders with Selected People)
10 Windows Live SkyDrive Select whether the recipients Can view files or Can add, edit details, and delete files. Click Next. Creating and Managing Folders (Sharing Folders with Selected People)
14 Windows Live SkyDrive Uploading a file to the created shared folder Click Select files from your computer. Select a word document file or an excel file on your PC Note: If you are using IE8, you simply can drag the file from the PC to the upload window Browse to where the file is located and click Open.
15 Windows Live SkyDrive Uploading a file to the created shared folder (continued) The file will now appear in the upload window. To upload more files. Click select more documents from your computer When all files are ready, click the Continue button.
17 Windows Live SkyDrive Send a Link to a Folder (To let people know that you are sharing a file in a folder)
18 Windows Live SkyDrive Click Let people know (IE8) or Send a link (other browsers). The name of the person whom you have shared the folder with will appear in the To column. (For IE8 the name/email will appear automatically. For other browsers you have to enter the email) Sending a Link to a Folder (continue)
19 Windows Live SkyDrive Enter your message in the Include your own message field to let the recipient know that you have shared files with them and click Send. A confirmation will appear. A notification email with be sent to the recipient email inbox to notify on the shared folder and its contents. Click Office and Recent documents to get back to the Office Live home page. Sending a Link to a Folder (continue)
20 Windows Live SkyDrive Your shared folder will appear in the Shared Folder area
26 Windows Live SkyDrive Click the Share drop-down arrow list and click Edit permissions. Select the new permissions for the folder and click Save when you have finished. Editing permissions of a folder
35 Windows Live SkyDrive From your Public Office Live home page, hover the file that you want to edit and click Edit in Browser You can now edit the document online Note: Documents can be edited in the Personal and Shared Folders Editing a file
36 Windows Live SkyDrive Editing a file (continued) Click on the Save icon to save you document. Click on the File drop-down-menu and click on Close to close the document.
37 Windows Live SkyDrive Live SkyDrive Discussion Now you can carry out 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 Move a File Edit a File