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Move the OneDrive folder
On a Windows PC, your synced files appear in a subfolder in your user profile folder. But you can move those synced files to an alternate folder or even to a separate drive, if you prefer. The latter strategy is handy if you're using a Windows tablet with limited storage and you want to put your synced files on an SD card.)
In Windows 8.1, the OneDrive sync utility is installed by default. Right-click the folder in File Explorer, choose Properties, and pick a folder from the Location tab.
In Windows 7, install the OneDrive sync utility from Onedrive.com. During setup, you can choose the local folder. If you've already set it up, right-click the OneDrive icon in the system tray and choose Settings. Then click Unlink OneDrive. Move your locally synced files to the new folder and then run setup again.
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Embed a document in a blog or web page
It's easy enough to share a document, a picture, or a whole folder from OneDrive. The commands are all at the top of the browser window when you navigate to that object.
For pictures and folders, there's also an embed option, which allows you to insert a link into a blog or web page. But how do you do that with a Word Online file or a PDF document?
The simple trick: don't open the document. Instead, find the document entry in its folder and select it by right-clicking. When you do that, you'll see an Embed option on the right-click menu and at the top of the web page. Choose that option and follow the instructions to generate HTML code that you can paste in your blog or web page.