Like you’re probably used to, you can work on documents for free right in your browser. But with SkyDrive, you have access to the
Office Web Apps, with which you can view and edit Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents. You can also use the
latest version of Office
When you use SkyDrive to collaborate, you’ll avoid the headache of reformatting. Your team can your team can all work in the document at the same time, and see changes to text and formatting as they happen in real time. Everyone will stay on the same page as ideas develop and evolve.
SkyDrive is a great place to store all your files—photos, documents, videos, and more—with 7 GB of free storage. Get to your stuff wherever you are: from your PC, Mac, iOS device, Android phone, or Windows Phone. You can even watch your photos and videos from the comfort of your couch with our Xbox integration.
If something happens to your PC or phone, your SkyDrive files stay safe. And sharing is simple—you share only what you want, with only the people you choose.
It's simple to add your Google Drive files to your SkyDrive.
1. Sign in to Gmail and find your Google Drive folder.
2. Select your files, click More, click Download, and then save your Google Docs, as Office files, directly to your SkyDrive. That's it! You're done.
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