moderated Re: from a baffled one drive user
If you do a say line with JAWS key+up arrow on a folder or file in your OneDrive folder, it will tell you whether the folder is in the cloud or on your device.
To make a folder available on your device or not, you can get to the option in the context menu with shift+f10 when on the relevant folder.
If you make a folder available on your device, by default all its sub-folders and files should be available too so it's best to make available the highest level folder you’ll need, hard drive space permitting obviously.
On 7 February 2021 19:28:55 "Stan Holdeman" <sholdeman@...> wrote: