Hi Tom,
Windows 7 doesn't include a OneDrive app, so you'll have to download and 
install it. It had been included into the Windows Live Essentials suite, but 
probably now may be available separately.
When installed, the first thing you'll be asked is to sign in, and you will be 
using the JAWS Virtual Cursor. The next screens are normally accessible.
To quickly access OneDrive folder latter, double-click on the OneDrive system 
tray icon; that icon will also you the synchronization status, that is, files 
in your local copy of the folder structure compared to the folder structure 
uploaded of the service. To access more settings than in the initial wizard, 
open the context menu and choose Settings.
Although Office 2013 and 2016 include direct support for OneDrive even without 
the app, for example for co-authoring, you can save files to the OneDrive 
folder structure from any application. The files will save locally in the 
normal way and the app will upload these files to the cloud in the background.

Feel free to ask more if needed!

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From: JAWS-Users-List [mailto:jaws-users-list-boun...@jaws-users.com] On Behalf 
Of Tom Behler
Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2017 9:05 PM
To: 'Jaws users list' <jaws-users-list@jaws-users.com>
Subject: [JAWS-Users] One Drive clarification

Hello, everyone.

 

I am sorry for the additional post, but I need to clarify something about my 
previous one drive quiry.

 

I have some tutorial files for Windows 10, but I'm currently still using 
Windows 7 on my main laptop computer.

 

So, if I could get some instructions tailered to Windows 7, that would be most 
helpful.

 

Dr.  Tom Behler from Michigan

 

 

 

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