1. yunusemreacil's Avatar
    Recently, I need to save a file sent to me by mail and I had trouble doing it. I searched it and couldn't find a description as to how. I have found a way and I wanted to share it.

    Simply, when you open the attached document with office, touch the "..." at the bottom left side of the screen and select "Save as" on the upcoming menu. It will give you 3 choices. To save it on Onedrive, to phone memory and to SD card. I hope this helps anyone who needs to save documents on mobile.
    ven07 and eusty like this.
    06-24-2015 07:58 AM
  2. ven07's Avatar
    Could've asked us good sir :D But it's awesome that you found it on your own. Since this is your first post I'm presuming you're new, so I would like to welcome you :) Welcome xd We have an introductions section here, you can head over if you like and tell us who you are :)
    06-24-2015 08:41 AM

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