moderated Re: One Drive question
Van Lant, Robin
Would I hear that as I am arrowing through files in File Explorer? I don’t, so I wonder if our company set a default for all files to be stored in both places. I’ll see if I can find some sort of quick reference guide from our IT group.
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A quick answer is, JAWS will read out to you what is available off line. If on line, It says, “make available off line.”
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Van Lant, Robin via groups.io
Our company has us using One Drive as part of Office 365. My basic understanding is that I can denote a fil or folder to be available on my harddrive for offline use. How do I figure out which files or folders are set this way? I think I flagged something when we first moved to One Drive, but have no idea anymore what is or isn’t available offline.
Robin Van Lant, Sr. Program Manager
Key Equipment Finance & Key Institutional Bank