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Hi, if you select detail view in your one drive and sub folders
you will be able to see if the file is on your PC or only in the
cloud by pressing the right arrow once. You can shift plus F10 to
select if you want the file to be stored on your PC or not. I use
it all the time to backup my PC and to share files and folders. It
is very accessible and useful.
On 10/17/2019 8:30 AM, Van Lant, Robin
via Groups.Io wrote:
At work, we currently use a combination of
saving files to our laptop C drives and to a series of network
drives that are backed up nightly. My company has just
announced that we are moving toward using OneDrive. The email
says it will feel seamless for users, with the main change
being that everything will now be backed up to the cloud and
we’ll need to mark any files we want to have available
Can someone reassure me or let me know of
any issues using OneDrive with JAWS 2019? Will it feel like
Windows File Explorer does now? Will I be able to access the
option to save copies of files for offline use?
Robin Van Lant, Sr. Program Manager,
Strategy & Performance Management
Key Equipment Finance | 720-304-1060 |
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