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    This is an open question for anyone using Office 2010 as a stand alone.
    However, from Word, Excel or PowerPoint 2010 you can save documents directly to SkyDrive: click “File,” then “Share,” and then “Save to SkyDrive.”

    Is that true?

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    What do you mean by "as a stand alone"?

    I have Office 2010, and was just able to save a file to Skydrive using the method you suggested.
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    Sorry for not getting back to you sooner John, what I meant was a computer not tied to a corp. server.
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    My computer is standalone then, and it worked for me.
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    Thanks John
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