OneDrive/Office365 (Cloud File Management)
OneDrive offers users a way to store files in the cloud, share files with other users, and sync files on all their devices. It is a cloud storage service available in Windows, Office 365, and to anyone with a Microsoft account. Learn to effectively use this tool by attending a class at the Computer Education & and Training Center at UMSL. [More on OneDrive]
Introduction to Office 365/OneDrive
(Prerequisite: Experience with Windows.) Learn the basics of managing files and organizing your documents in the Office 365/OneDrive cloud environment. Understand how to navigate the interface and explore the content within OneDrive. Learn to upload, delete, rename, copy, and move files as well as how to create and arrange folders in order to manage documents. Understand best practices in organizing OneDrive. Learn to download PDF files from the web and store them on OneDrive, and practice saving files from other applications to OneDrive. Discover how to share files with others, collaborate on documents, and learn to establish permissions on documents and folders. Additional topics include using OneDrive for Windows locally, and syncing files with the cloud. [Course Outline]
|Half-Day Class Meets 8:30am-11:30am (3 hours)|
|E9600||Fri., Apr. 26||West County||Mark Ratliff|
|E9740||Mon., June 24||West County||Mark Ratliff|
If you would like to register for a course, call (314) 984-9000 or register online.
We also have a class in Document Management Using the iPad that will help you better understand Cloud Storage file sharing as it relates to the iPad.