How to: Create Box.net Account and Link it to DocsInOffice.com
This time, you can now create your personal box.net profile and link it into your DocsInOffice.com account so you can directly open and save documents directly from Microsoft Office Word, Excel or PowerPoint without opening your web browser or installing file-synchronization softwares in any computer.
2.) Open your personal inbox where you can find your e-mail verification message.
3.) To verify your account, click Verify Email button.
4.) Another page will open upon verification. Click Continue to proceed.
5.) A welcome message appears, click Create a Folder which is part of the tutorial.
6.) You may enter a folder name then click Create Folder or you may choose Not Yet.
7.) When your account is ready, you can now start using your box.net account right away.
Note: Box.net has started start rolling out its new streamlined interface.
8.) To link it to DocsInoffice.com website, you must first create an account at http://docsinoffice.com/join.jsp website. Enter your username and password details. When ready click Done.
Suggestion: Keep your username as short as possible to keep logging in a breeze. You may enter a username without the @e-mail.com domain.
9.) You will receive confirmation message telling that you can link your DocsInOffice.com account to either Box.net or Google Docs. Because our main topic is about box.net, it is up to you to choose box.net over Google Docs or not.
Note: Dropbox.com will be included in its supported services in the future.
10.) Clicking Connect to box.net will take you to box.net log-in website. Now, enter your registered box.net username and password then click Login.
11.) You will see a message telling that you can already start saving and opening your documents using Microsoft Office Word, Excel or PowerPoint Applications.
And that’s it!
To start saving or opening files using your box.net Online Cloud Storage account, you may visit How to: Save Microsoft Office Documents to Box.net Online Using Save Button.
Have a nice day.
Posted on February 12, 2011, in Cloud Computing, Cool Stuff, Information Superhighway, Microsoft Office and tagged box, box.net, docsinoffice.com, register, sign-up. Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.