While you can browse and view content on
Docs.com without signing in, that's the sum of
all you can do. To go further and upload a PowerPoint presentation or another file, you will have to first sign
in at Docs.com using your Microsoft account. A
Microsoft account contains credentials you use to sign into any of Microsoft's services such as Hotmail, Outlook, XBox, Live, Zune, etc. In this tutorial, we explain how you can sign into Docs.com:
- Open the
Docs.com site in any browser, as shown in
Figure 1. Within the Docs.com homepage, you'll find Sign In button, highlighted
in red within Figure 1 -- click this button.
Figure 1: Sign In button within Docs.com page
- This opens the Sign in page, as shown in Figure 2. Here type in your Microsoft account email
address within the box, shown highlighted in red within Figure 2.
Then type in the password in the box shown highlighted in blue within
Figure 2: Sign in page Docs.com
- Figure 3, below shows the email address and password filled within the required boxes.
You can optionally also select the Keep me signed in check-box -- of course, don't select this
check-box on a shared computer! Thereafter, click the Sign In button highlighted in
red within Figure 3.
Figure 3: Sign into Docs.com
- This signs you into Docs.com, indicated by the name on the top right corner, as shown highlighted in
red within Figure 4. As we have not yet uploaded any content, you
can only see see content uploaded by others.
Figure 4: Signed into Docs.com
- To sign out, click the gear icon next to your name, as shown highlighted in
green within Figure 4, above. This will open a small menu as shown
in Figure 5, below. Choose the Sign out option.
Figure 5: Sign out option
PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts and Sequences:
PowerPoint 2016, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2007 and 2003 for Windows
PowerPoint 2016 and 2011 for Mac
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