How to save Microsoft Excel files into Onedrive?
In this article, I will show how to save Microsoft Excel files into Onedrive folders. OneDrive is like an online folder and you can access this folder any time you want. Even if you log in to your account from another device, you can access the files you saved from another device. If you do not have a OneDrive account then go and create it because you can access your files from your mobile phones, IPad, and tablets. OneDrive is connected to the Microsoft Office account. If you have not heard of OneDrive before then read this article to know about OneDrive.
There is a video tutorial at the end of the article; if you are not interested in reading, the steps then you may watch the video tutorial.
How to save Microsoft Excel files into OneDrive
As I have mentioned in the first paragraph that OneDrive is like an online folder. You can save your files on OneDrive and you can access the same files from another device just with signing in to your OneDrive account. Follow the following steps to save an Excel file into OneDrive.
Step1. Go to the file backstage view of Microsoft Excel 2016 then click on Save or Save as. If you do not sign in with Microsoft Account then you will not be able to save the Excel book. Look at the following picture for guidance.
Step2. You will see three folders in the OneDrive section. Attachments, documents, and picture. If you cannot see these folders on the window then click on OneDrive, the folders will appear. Choose the folder you want to save in the Excel book. Look at the following picture for more information.
Conclusion (How to save Microsoft Excel files into OneDrive)
The whole article is about how to save Microsoft Excel files into OneDrive. OneDrive is like an online folder in which you can save all the Excel books. OneDrive feature is available in all Microsoft Office programs like Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access and more. OneDrive is connected to Microsoft Office account.
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