Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Accessing Resources Stored in Network Locations
your list of network places while you’re working in Word. To create shortcuts to FTP sites,
follow these steps:
1. Click the Start button then click Computer.
2. Right-click in the window and choose Add A Network Location to start the wizard.
3. Click Next, then click Choose A Custom Network Location. Click Next again.
4. Enter the FTP address in the form . Click Next.
5. Enter your login information for the FTP site or leave Log On Anonymously checked.
Click Next.
6. Type a name for the connection, click Next, and then click Finish.
The FTP site will be available in the Computer area of the Open and Save As dialog boxes.
You can now choose that location as needed for opening and saving your files.
Accessing Resources Stored in Network Locations
You access network locations in the same way that you access local files and folders—sim-
ply navigate to the online file and folder locations in the Open dialog box and then create
a local shortcut to the document, if desired. To open an online folder or file by using the
Open dialog box, follow these steps:
1. On the File tab, click Open.
In the Open dialog box, scroll down the list on the left. Click the FTP site or network
folder you added.
3. Navigate to the file you want to open, select it, and click Open to begin working with
the file.
Saving Documents to a Network Location
In addition to opening files from network locations, you’ll probably want to save files to
online locations. The process of saving files to online locations is similar to saving files
locally. To save a newly-created file to an online location, follow these steps:
1. On the File tab, click Save As.
In the Save As dialog box, click the name of the network location or FTP site you
added. (Double-click any subfolders you want to access as well.)
In the File Name box, type a name for the file (or retain the current name) then click
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