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    I saved all my college notes on one drive, and now for some reason I can't even access it
    In lesson, I wrote notes on my notebook so it's possible to re-write them, but I'm scared I won't have enough time to do the other stuff
    If you're wondering why I'm saving notes on computer n the first place; I was told by a cover teacher in college that we should bring a laptop to lesson because it would strengthen our IT skills, and my dad's planning to get me a smaller laptop that I can bring to college in the future, so from now I'm trying to save my notes on laptop
    what do I do? Do i just re-write everything on icloud?
    why do I blabber so much o.O
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    (Original post by animeamanda1412)
    I saved all my college notes on one drive, and now for some reason I can't even access it
    In lesson, I wrote notes on my notebook so it's possible to re-write them, but I'm scared I won't have enough time to do the other stuff
    If you're wondering why I'm saving notes on computer n the first place; I was told by a cover teacher in college that we should bring a laptop to lesson because it would strengthen our IT skills, and my dad's planning to get me a smaller laptop that I can bring to college in the future, so from now I'm trying to save my notes on laptop
    what do I do? Do i just re-write everything on icloud?
    why do I blabber so much o.O
    Have you tried going to onedrive online? (via googling microsoft office 365 login or something like that)
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    Have you tried going to onedrive online? (via googling microsoft office 365 login or something like that)
    tried that and this is what i got after i logged in..
    "something went wrong..please try again or refresh the page"
    i tried refreshing then logging off then logging in again
    and then i went to the top left corner and went on word on onedrive to access my work from there

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    (Original post by animeamanda1412)
    tried that and this is what i got after i logged in..
    "something went wrong..please try again or refresh the page"
    i tried refreshing then logging off then logging in again
    and then i went to the top left corner and went on word on onedrive to access my work from there

    This item might not exist or is no longer availableThis item might have been deleted, expired or you might not have permission to view it. Contact the owner of this item for more information.
    That sounds strange tbh. I wouldn't be sure where to go from there but I'd say it's probably not the end of the world (although not ideal) for you to lose your college notes. You can probably reproduce a decent enough set of notes from your textbook and/or looking at someone else's. It may benefit your learning to do so.

    Don't bring a laptop to college for the sake of it unless it helps (i.e for you you can produce good enough typed notes that are better than hand written) or to improve your IT skills, apart from knowing how to save files and stuff there's little room for benefit.
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    That sounds strange tbh. I wouldn't be sure where to go from there but I'd say it's probably not the end of the world (although not ideal) for you to lose your college notes. You can probably reproduce a decent enough set of notes from your textbook and/or looking at someone else's. It may benefit your learning to do so.

    Don't bring a laptop to college for the sake of it unless it helps (i.e for you you can produce good enough typed notes that are better than hand written) or to improve your IT skills, apart from knowing how to save files and stuff there's little room for benefit.
    yh i might as well re-write them
    and with notes, i prefer typing, since its faster and i can actually read my notes and stuff
    thanks for the advice!
 
 
 
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