How to Collaborate on a Word Document on Desktop, Phone, or Online

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You can collaborate with others on documents using Microsoft Wordjust like Google Docs. The ability to collaborate on working papers lets your chosen people give feedback on your presentation or make quick changes to it. But you need to make sure your file is saved on OneDrive, Microsoftcloud storage platform.

To share your MS Word document for desktop collaboration, follow these steps:

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Open the document in Microsoft Word on your desktop.

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Save the file to OneDrive after you finish editing.

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Click the “Share” button and add the people you want to collaborate with.

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You can choose who you want to share this with and whether or not you want to give them edit access. Block Download prevents them from downloading the document, while Edit permission allows them to edit.

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Click the “Apply” button.

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Enter the email details of the people you want to share this file with, or you can create, copy and share the link.


To share your MS Word document for web collaboration, follow these steps:

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Sign in to your Microsoft account and go to MS Word Online.

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You can start working on a file saved to OneDrive or open a blank document to start working on a new document.

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After you finish editing, click the “Share” button.

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Select the people you want to share the document with. Allow the required access.

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Click on the “Share” button.

To share your MS Word document for collaboration via your phone, follow these steps:

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Open the MS Word application on your smartphone.

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You can start working on a new document by tapping the + icon at the top or work on a document saved to OneDrive.

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When you are ready to collaborate, tap on the share button available at the bottom.

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Select the people you want to share the document with. Allow the required access.

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Click on the “Share” button.

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