Save Office Documents to Box.net Online Using Save Button
There are times when you need to work with different documents across computers without using flash drives to carry documents with you. You can use this method to save and open your Microsoft Office Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and Powerpoint presentations directly to Box.net server without opening your web browser or installing any file synchronization softwares. Any computer with internet connection and Microsoft Office 2003, 2007 or 2010 will be fine.
First of all, you need to create your own Box.net account and link it to your DocsInOffice.com profile. Read How to: Create Box.net Account and Link it to DocsInOffice.com for guided details.
When your account is ready, you can already start.
1. After creating and editing your document click the Office Button.
Note: Microsoft Office 2010 has “File” button.
2. Next, click Save Button.
3. On the File Name box type http://docsinoffice.com/box then hit the enter key.
4. Enter your DocsInOffice.com username and password.
5. Select an Online folder where you want to save document.
6. Enter file name for the document then press Save.
7. Lastly, Microsoft Office Word then saves created document on your Box.net Online Storage Account. You may be requested to enter your password.
And that’s it.
Now you can save your files on the “Cloud” in ways as simple as 7 steps.
Viewing Recently Saved Office Documents on a Web Browser
The recently saved document appears on your box.net online storage account.
You can also preview your newly uploaded document on your web browser.
To open documents saved into your box.net, just follow this method as the one above, but this time select Open from the Office menu.
I hope, this little suggestion may become helpful.
Posted on February 11, 2011, in Cloud Computing, Information Superhighway, Microsoft Office and tagged box.net, cloud, docsinoffice.com, documents, files, flash drive, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Word, online, open, presentation, save, spreadsheets. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.