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If you have Windows 10 or Office 2016, this utility may already be installed on your machine and can easily be connected to your Office 365 account. It allows you to sync files between your computer and the cloud. By default, it will maintain a synced copy of all of your files in both locations. You can work directly with your files in File Explorer and access your files even when you are offline. If it is not already installed on your machine, or for more information and instructions on setting up OneDrive Sync see: Sync with OneDrive.
OneDrive Files On-Demand
Files On-Demand is a setting within OneDrive Sync that is disabled by default. When this setting is enabled, you can choose which files will use storage space on your local machine. You can still work with your files from File Explorer but will not be able to access any files designated as “online-only” without Internet access. For more information and instructions for setting up OneDrive Files On-Demand see: Use OneDrive files on demand.
The Microsoft Office team is dedicated to making Office products more available to people with disabilities and to help everyone create content that's more accessible. More information about accessbility in Office 365 can be found on Microsoft's Accessiblity Website.
Accessing your DePaul student email through the web allows you get your email whenever you are online. Keyboard shortcuts and navigation for the online experience are different from Outlook 2016 desktop. If you use a screen reader, this article can help, as well as these most commonly used Keyboard Shortcuts for Outlook for the Web. Alternatively, you can decide to use the Light version of Outlook for the Web. It has an HTML interface that some people prefer to use with a screen reader. For more information about the Light version of Outlook for the Web, see Outlook for the Web Light.
When accessing your email in a web browser, you can also use your web browser's features that improve the readability of pages. Most browsers offer features like zoom, customizable font sizes and colors, a high contrast mode, and compatibility with screen readers. For information about the accessibility features that are provided by your web browser, look for information in the Help menu of your browser.