Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 Step by Step

Chapter 2: Create and manage presentations

Save files to OneDrive Whether you’re working in a corporate environment or at home, you have the option of saving files to OneDrive. The OneDrive location you save to might be part of your company’s SharePoint environment, or it might be a cloud-based storage location that is associated with your Microsoft account. Saving a file in either type of OneDrive location provides the option of shar- ing the file with other people. To save a presentation to OneDrive, display the Save As page of the Back- stage view, click your OneDrive, and then specify the OneDrive folder in which you want to save the file. If your OneDrive doesn’t already appear in the list of locations, click Add A Place, click OneDrive, and then enter the cre- dentials associated with the OneDrive you want to access. When you save a PowerPoint presentation to OneDrive, you and other people with whom you share the presentation can work on it by using a local installation of PowerPoint or by using PowerPoint Online, which is available in the OneDrive environment. SEE ALSO  For information about PowerPoint Web App, see Chapter 1, “PowerPoint 2016 basics.” Microsoft provides free OneDrive storage to Microsoft account holders. If you already have a Microsoft account, you can access your OneDrive directly from any Office program, or from . If you don’t yet have a Microsoft account, you can configure any existing email account as a Microsoft account at . (If you don’t yet have an email account that you want to configure for this purpose, you can get a new account there, too.) OneDrive for Business is available as part of a SharePoint 2016 environment, and your storage there will be managed by your company or SharePoint provider.


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