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    How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application?

    Hi, I am having a problem that i need to solve. Actually i have created a document that i want to share online. I am using the Microsoft Office 2010 in which i have created and want to share with the Web Application so that i can edit it online from any where. So help me with this How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application? Help is appreciated. Thanks in advance

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    Re: How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application?

    This can be done with the help of the Sky drive that will enable the document sharing online with the Windows live. Just open up your document and share it to the Sky Drive and upload it with your Windows live ID. After that login to your account and you will find that you can access the document online and edit the same. But for that you have to download the MS Office 2010 and install the same otherwise you wont perform the same.

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    Re: How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application?

    Is it different download then the Office 2010. I have installed the MS Office 2010 do i need to download beta again. Please give me detail about the same. So that i can down load it if necessary

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    Re: How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application?

    Yes this the latest release of the MS office 2010 that have some new feature and the will give you the sharing of the file online facility.Microsoft Office 2010 gives you powerful new tools to express your ideas, solve problems, and connect with people. To download the same click here This is really. Office 2010 lets you work how, when, and where you want, letting you get things from a PC, the Web, and even a smartphone.* To get more review of it just visit the link given below
    Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 Beta

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    Re: How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application?

    As per the link i got the full knowledge and downloaded the same. Now i have installed the MS Office 2010 beta version on my system but i am unable to share file because i didn't find the Sky drive. So could you please explain me the full detail procedure to perform the same so that i can achieve it.

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    Re: How to upload MS Office 2010 documents to Web Application?

    As per your request i am giving you the full detail of the procedure to share the document online just go through it and help yourself with the same.
    • Open you document
    • click on the File tab
    • Click on the Backstage view
    • Now click on the Share form the backstage open view
    • Click on "Save to SkyDrive"
    • It ask for the Sign in, Sign in with Windows live ID
    • After that a list of Folder will display on the SkyDrive
    • Click on the Folder you want and save the Document in it with Save Button

    Its Done, Now login to you live account and you will find that the document t is in the folder you can edit the same as per your need.

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