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The web-based Document Library interface is cumbersome when it comes to organizing files If you need to move a group of files all at once, or if you want to move files into or out of a folder, you should open a Windows Explorer window Click the down arrow next to Actions, and then choose Open with Windows Explorer from the menu that appears A Windows Explorer window opens with the contents of your library (see Figure 12-6) Notice your document library appears in the Folders pane of Windows Explorer, under the Web Folders heading Once you have a Windows Explorer window open, you gain the capability to move files from your file system to a Document Library on Office Live by dragging-and-dropping them Just display the Windows Explorer toolbar and drag the files from a folder on your computer (or on your network) into the library
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You need to be working online (that is connected to the Internet) to open your document library in Windows Explorer and work with it
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The Windows Explorer method mentioned in the preceding section works well when you want to add or remove files Once you have the familiar Windows Explorer interface open, you can select a file or folder, and then choose Delete from Windows Explorer s File menu to remove the object Or, you can pass your mouse arrow over the object listed in Office Live to display the down arrow to the right of its name You can then click the down arrow and choose Delete from the drop-down menu that appears (see Figure 12-7)
Configuring Alerts
You can configure Document Manager to send you alerts when the contents of the library change Click the down arrow next to the file s name and choose Alert me from the drop-down menu When the New Alert window appears, choose a name for your alert (be sure to select a name that makes it clear what library was affected), and then enter it Then, enter a name for the recipient of the alert in the User s box (see Figure 12-8)
FIGURE 12-7
Click the down arrow next to an item s name to perform actions on it
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FIGURE 12-8
You can send an alert when the contents of a library change
Retrieving Files from the Library
This is also known as downloading Once a file is added to a library, you access it by following these steps:
1 Pass your mouse arrow over the le s name 2 Choose Send to 3 Pass your mouse to the right and choose Download a Copy from the
submenu that appears to the right of Send to When you choose Download a Copy, the File Download dialog box appears Click Open if you want to open a temporary version of the file immediately in Microsoft Word Click Save if you want to save a copy in a specific location on your file system You can also mail a link to the file by choosing Email a Link from the Send to submenu
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Checking Library Items In and Out
When you have a library full of documents that can be accessed by multiple users, you don t want two users to access the same file at the same time, with the result that one overwrites the other To prevent this, you need to check the file out before you start working with it Checking out the file is slightly different than downloading it: you pass the mouse arrow over the file s name, click the down arrow to the right of the name, and then choose Check Out When you do so, a green arrow appears next to the file icon When another member of your workgroup passes their mouse arrow over the icon, the checked out message, shown in Figure 12-9, appears
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