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    How to Share Editable Links to Office 365 Documents

    October 13th, 2022

    Some online assessments require the use of a collaborative (or shared) document. All such can be completed using the college's version of Office 365. The directions below are for sharing a link to a document stored in your Microsoft Office account and apply equally well to sharing Word, Excel, or PowerPoint Online documents.  

    Step 1

    Log in to OneDrive at https://onedrive.live.com using your Pacific College credentials.

    Step 2

    Locate the file you want to submit.  

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    Step 3

    Once you have located the file, click on Share and then click on Copy Link.  

    Step 4

    A link settings box will open.  

    Make sure to select 'People in Pacific College of Health and Science with the link' to permit access to the file. Then, click on Apply.  


    Note: In Other settings, you can specify the type of permission given by sharing the link.   

    If you are not collaborating with others, you will want to give 'Can review" 

     

    Step 5

    Click on Copy to copy the link. Then, it will be ready for sharing.

    Step 6

    You can now share it in a forum, Moodle assignment, or Zoom Chat for group project work in breakout rooms.

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