To share your file, or to
Docs.com you first need to have some files uploaded to your Docs.com
account. And even if you do not want to share, you may still want to learn how you can upload your files. In this tutorial, we'll show you how
you can Publish (upload) a file on Docs.com.
- Make sure you first sign into your Docs.com account.
Thereafter within the Docs.com homepage, you'll find the Publish button (highlighted in blue
within Figure 1).
Figure 1: Publish button
What's a Docs.com account?
A Docs.com account is the same as your Microsoft Account -- learn more in our
- Alternatively, you can also click the Publish option (highlighted in green within
Figure 1, above).
- Either way, you see the interface shown in Figure 2, below.
Figure 2: Publish file page
Note: Options explained and shown in this tutorial may change and evolve all the time because Docs.com is a web based
program -- we will try to update this tutorial if these changes happen but we cannot be sure that the options may not change, or even look
Options within this page are explained below, as marked in Figure 2, above:
- Upload: Click the icon or just drag a PowerPoint, Excel, Word, or PDF file here to upload.
- Computer: Click this button to bring up the Open dialog box, navigate to the folder where the file which you want to upload has been saved.
This works similer to the first option.
- OneDrive: Click this button to open a dialog box from where you can choose your file saved on
OneDrive. OneDrive is an online service from Microsoft that allows you to store files
online -- OneDrive also provides you access to
a web based version of PowerPoint that runs within a browser window.
- Sway: Click this button to open a dialog box from where you can choose your
Microsoft Sway file. Sway is a digital storytelling app you can use to create and
share interactive reports, presentations, personal stories.
- Office Mix: Click this button to open a dialog box from where you can choose your mixes made within
Choose any file you want to publish.
- As soon as you select a file, it is published. Once publishing is done a new page opens with all the details, as shown in
Figure 3. For now just click on the Done button.
Published file details can be edited - all of the options to edit the published file details are explained in our
Edit File Details in Docs.com tuotorial.
Figure 3: File published
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