Getting Started with Docs.com

Created: Friday, August 7, 2015, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:45 am



Docs.com is a file sharing site from Microsoft that lets you share many of your Microsoft Office files with other people. While there are many sites that allow you to share files, what sets Docs.com apart is that the file formats of your files are unchanged. This is a huge advantage since Docs.com treats most Microsoft Office files such as PPTX (PowerPoint), DOCX (Word), and XLSX (Excel) as native.

Learn how to get started with Docs.com.

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