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4. Upload and Add Files to Drive

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In the previous videos, you created color-coded folders and subfolders and renamed, moved, and deleted files to clean up your Drive.

In this video, you’ll continue getting organized by uploading files not yet saved in Drive.

If you have files like Microsoft Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, or photos saved on a computer, you can upload them to Google Drive.

This saves and organizes them in the same place as your other files.

Storing files in Drive also allows you to access them from any computer or device with an internet connection.

If you have different files stored on your computer, choose one you would like to store in the cloud.

Storing files in a secure location online means you can access them from anywhere, and you don’t have to worry about having different versions of a file stored in different places.

Select a file, and upload it to Drive.

Store it in the correct folder, or create a new folder for it.

If you don’t have files stored on your computer to upload to Drive, click on the starter project link beside this video to open the file Literature Presentation.

Then, save the file to your computer.

Next, open the folder in Drive where you will store the file.

When you upload the file to Drive, it will be saved in that folder.

Now, it’s your turn: Upload a file from your computer to Drive.

Store the file in the correct folder, or create a new folder for it, Or, click on the starter project link, and upload that file to Drive.

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  1. Upload a file from your computer to Drive.
  2. Store the file in the correct folder, or create a new folder for it.
  3. Or, click on the starter project link, and upload that file to Drive.