Users who have downloaded the Office 2013 Preview version know that Microsoft's next version of the software suite will support SkyDrive. Today, Microsoft provides details on how to consolidate the SkyDrive cloud storage service and the more features of Office 2013. On a new Office blog, Microsoft notes that the Office documents saved to the SkyDrive account are no different from those saved on the computer's hard disk, SkyDrive can be accessed offline from other Windows applications. ”
If you want to read or edit Office files that are already created on another PC, you can log on to the SkyDrive account to edit the file, SkyDrive will sync to the Office Web Apps on your PC. "Files are saved to a local hard drive and access to the files is not required without logging in to office," Microsoft said. “
In addition, Office 2013 can also process files offsite and upload functionality to the SkyDrive account. For example, if you are traveling, or in a café with a weak WiFi signal, you can change the file and upload it. The instability of the network connection does not affect the availability of the editing Office file-related performance.