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Use the OneDrive mobile app

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With OneDrive on your mobile device, you can access, upload, and share your files from anywhere. The mobile app lets you:

  • Open your files in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint to edit them.

  • Share, delete, move, or rename files.

  • Save files offline so you can view or edit when you're not connected to the internet.

  • Create new files and folders, take photos or videos, and upload new files.

  • Use Scan to turn a document, whiteboard, or business card into a PDF that you can annotate and share with others.

  • Switch between multiple OneDrive accounts.

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With the OneDrive app on your mobile device, you can access your files wherever you are.

Select a file to view it.

From here, open the file in an Office app like Word, Excel, or PowerPoint to do more editing.

Share a link to the file, delete it, move it, or rename the file.

And if you need the file when you're not connected online, you can download it for offline viewing.

The OneDrive mobile app also lets you create new folders, take a photo or video, or upload or create new files.

There’s even a Scan feature to scan a Business Card, Document or Whiteboard, then save it as a PDF and annotate it or share it with others.

And if you need multiple accounts, choose Me and add or switch accounts.

With the OneDrive mobile app, you'll always have your files with you, wherever you go.

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