Your stuff wants to be connect across the devices, and the cloud based file storage Dropbox probably connects into Microsoft Office for Android users, it gives you access your files to edit through inside the cloud, and you no need to look for other apps. Here you can find out how the Dropbox connects into Microsoft Office when you use Android device.
To make everything ready if you don’t have Dropbox then you need to visit on their official website. Once you create an account, on the other side you need to launch the Microsoft Office app on your Android mobile. Here is the simple way using few tap to open MS Office Word document –>Add a place–> and you can find Dropbox give tap to get the connection and finally the Dropbox will open in a default browser, after that enter your username and password in the Email and Password box. Once you sign-in the account make conformation between the account Microsoft Office would like access to the files and folders in your Dropbox, whether you need to ”Cancel” or ”Allow” to continue the service. Now, your Dropbox ready and this will take you back to your Microsoft Office screen app where you are accessing your files and folders. From Dropbox you can choose the files and tap to load to start the process to edit your files. It’s an amazing service when you go to use Dropbox that stores your all files and folders and keeps your document sync around the devices. Microsoft is taking full fledge on Android to support document and hold down the migration.
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