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What is OneDrive?

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With OneDrive, you can securely store your pictures, files, and folders in one place, share them with others, and get to them from anywhere.

Sign in to and select OneDrive to:

Sign in to and select OneDrive to:

Sign in to and select OneDrive to:

  • View files and photos you store in OneDrive.

  • Create albums of pictures for family and friends.

  • Create documents on your computer and edit on your laptop, phone, or tablet.

  • Share files and photos with others.

  • Collaborate with friends on your Office documents at the same time.

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Need a solution that lets you store all your files in one place, share and collaborate with others, and get to your photos and files from anywhere?

OneDrive can help.

OneDrive supports over 270 file types.

Create a file on your PC or Mac and edit the same file on your laptop, tablet, or phone.

No need to email it to yourself or save a copy to a thumb drive.

Easily share files with others, work together, and see comments and changes as they happen.

Stay connected wherever you are with the OneDrive mobile app on your Android™, iOS®, or Windows Phone.

With all your files in OneDrive, securely store, share, and get to your files from anywhere – at work, at home or on the go.

We’ll show you how.

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