What is Word Online?
Microsoft Word Online lets you make
basic edits and formatting changes to your document in a web browser. When you
save the document in Word, it is saved on the website where you opened it in
The document you open in Word
Online is the same as the document you open in the Word desktop app, but some
features work differently in the two environments.
Editing in Word Online doesn’t
show page formatting, such as margins or page breaks, cover pages, or headers
and footers. Additionally, many kinds of objects
(ex: images) are displayed as placeholders.
How would I use Word Online?
Create word-processing documents,
or edit these documents, when you are not at your computer.
To use more advanced features (beyond
what’s available in Word Online) click Open
Steps to using Word Online:
- Click on Office 365
- Click on Word Online
- Choose a template, and begin typing
Word Online: How do I share a document in OneDrive?
on the Share button
- Fill out the information and click Share
- Check to see who the document is being
Word Online: How do I save a document? Where is the save button?
There is no Save button because Office 365 automatically saves your document.
Word Online: How do I quickly rename a document?
on the document name at the top
- Type in a new document name
Word Online: What are the differences between Word Online and the
desktop version of Word?
- Differences between using a document in the browser and in Word.
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