How to add Dropbox to Microsoft office apps in Android

How to add Dropbox to Microsoft office apps in Android

As we know, Microsoft added support for OneDrive in Microsoft Office Apps for Android as a result of OneDrive, Microsoft’s personal cloud storage service. In addition, they made it much easier to access other third-party cloud storage services, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Box.net, etc. Using a cloud storage service in any of the MS Office applications greatly simplifies the recording of your documents in one location and, later, access these documents from virtually any other device, including Microsoft Office installed on your PC . So today we are here with a trick to add Dropbox to Microsoft Office apps on Android.

Yes, this is possible in this way, as discussed in the article below How to add Dropbox to Microsoft office apps on Android following the steps below.

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Step 1. First of all, throw anyone MS Office application on your Android device.

Step 2. Now tap to Open to open a document, but instead of opening a document, tap Add a place to add a new storage location.

Step 3. You will now see options for adding multiple account types. Touch Dropbox to start adding your Dropbox account.

Step 4. It will take you to the Dropbox login screen, where you can sign in and grant access permissions to Microsoft Office on your smartphone.

Step 5. Once this is done, you will have your Dropbox account as a new storage location whenever you need to open a document or save a new document.

Step 6. That’s it! If you want to add another Dropbox account, you can repeat these steps again.

So above, it all comes down How to add Dropbox to MS Office apps on Android. I hope you enjoy it, so don’t forget to share this post with others.

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