Answered By: Sophie Firby Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015 Views: 35
Answered By: Sophie Firby
Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015 Views: 35
When using Library computers, you are free to bring in files and open them for editing, or create new files and save them. Here are the options and limitations:
- You can open files from or save files to:
- USB drives (also known as thumb drives or flash drives)
- web-based email accounts
- Some branches also have portable 3.5 inch disk drives for use (limited availability; ask at the information desk if they are available in your location)
- Files cannot be saved to or opened from a CD.
- Files created using Word Perfect cannot be opened, unless they have been saved as an RTF or TXT file.
- If you need to attach a file that you have created to an email message in a web-based email account, save the file to the folder on the computer called "Word." You must provide your own email account.
- Any files save to the computer's temporary "Word" folder will be deleted after you log out.
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