Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Working ofline with document library content
You can create a synchronized copy of a SharePoint document library as a folder in Outlook
2013. You can then preview in Outlook any document, workbook, or presentation that is
stored in the document library, or you can work with a local copy of the document,
workbook, or presentation on your computer. Changes that you make to a document from an
Outlook folder synchronize with the file on the SharePoint site (and vice versa).
To connect a document library or folder therein to Outlook, follow these steps:
On your organization’s SharePoint site, display the document library or subfolder you
want to work with.
The next step varies based on the version of SharePoint your organization is running.
In SharePoint 2013 or SharePoint 2010: on the Library tool tab, in the Connect &
Export group, click the Connect to Outlook button.
In SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint 2003: on the Actions menu at the top of the
content area, click Connect to Outlook .
In the Internet Explorer dialog box and/or Internet Explorer Security dialog box that
opens, click Allow to give explicit permission for SharePoint to access Outlook.
Outlook starts, if it isn’t already running. A Microsoft Outlook dialog box opens,
asking you to confirm that you want to connect the SharePoint document library
to Outlook.
You will have more control if you configure advanced
connection settings.
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