1. keyboardP's Avatar
    If you've downloaded the SkyDrive desktop app, you can add a 'send to SkyDrive' button in the right-click context menu for quick and easy syncing.

    Click Start and copy/paste %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\SendTo and press enter (this will open the SendTo folder)

    (Optional) Hold Shift + Right click on the SkyDrive folder in Explorer and select 'Copy as path' which will copy the SkyDrive directory to the clipboard

    In the SendTo folder, right-click...New....Shortcut

    For the location, if you did the second step, then paste; otherwise navigate to the SkyDrive directory.

    Give it a name (e.g. 'SkyDrive')

    An alternate way of creating the shortcut is to open the relevant SkyDrive folder in another Explorer window and hold CTRL + Shift whilst dragging the folder across to the SendTo directory. Then rename the shortcut file to whatever you like.

    Hope that's useful :)
    04-24-2012 02:08 PM
  2. CJ Thunder's Avatar
    Sendto does not keep a local copy, does it?
    04-24-2012 02:16 PM
  3. keyboardP's Avatar
    Sendto does not keep a local copy, does it?
    It does. It just copies the file across, so you'll still have your original copy wherever it's located.
    04-24-2012 02:27 PM
  4. cedarlog's Avatar
    done :happy:
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    04-24-2012 03:30 PM