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Storing and Sharing OnePager Files in the Cloud

OnePager supports all major cloud storage and file sharing services like Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and others. As a general rule, if you can open the file in Windows Explorer, you can open it with OnePager in one of two ways:

  1. Navigate to your cloud drive in Windows Explorer and double-click your OnePager (*.tam) file. The OnePager application will launch and will open your file.
  2. Launch OnePager first, either using the desktop icon, or as an add-in to Project or Excel. From inside OnePager, go to File > Open, browse to your cloud drive, and open the file.

Google Drive

Google Drive uses its Google Drive File Stream to sync files from the cloud to your desktop. We recommend version 25.2 or later, as earlier versions of the Google Drive File Stream have some known issues with opening files in Windows 10 (unrelated to OnePager). Once the Google Drive File Stream is installed, your Google Drive should be mounted as "G:" in Windows Explorer:

Google Drive

OnePager has the ability to open both "Online Only" and "Available Offline" files from Google Drive.

Dropbox

Be sure to install the Dropbox client so that Dropbox can sync with files on your local computer. Once the Dropbox client is installed, a Dropbox shortcut will appear in Windows Explorer that you can use to save and open your OnePager files:

Dropbox

OneDrive

OneDrive comes with most newer versions of Windows, but often requires an account to sync your files to the cloud. Like other file sharing services, you'll want to navigate to the OneDrive shortcut in Windows Explorer to work with your OnePager files:

OneDrive