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Chapter 24. Working and Collaborating Online > Working with My Network Places

Working with My Network Places

In the true spirit of Web and desktop integration, you can use Word to create, copy, save, and manage folders and files that reside on a network, the Web, FTP servers, or in a shared workspace. After you create shortcuts to online folders (and if you have the proper permissions), you can work with online files and folders as though they were on your local computer. Of course, taking advantage of working with networks and the Web implies that you are connected to a network or have a connection to the Internet. The first order of business when you’re working with online documents involves configuring your system so that you can access network places and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) sites.

Creating a Network Place

Although you can access documents and folders in existing Network Places from within Word, you need to set up links to new network places by using the Add Network Place Wizard.


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