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Published on 01.27.09 by Brent Trahan

Make Files and Folders Available Offline

Learn how to make files and folders available while you’re not connected to the network using Offline Files in Windows 7.

Make Files and Folders Available Offline

  1. Browse the network and find the file or folder you want to make available offline.
  2. Right-click the file or folder you want to make available offline and then select Always Available Offline.

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  3. The networked file or folder will be prepared for offline use.

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    Note: You can click Close at any time and it will not affect the syncing process one bit.

That’s it! Easy hu?

The icon below shows a networked folder that’s been made available offline.

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2 Responses to “Make Files and Folders Available Offline”

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  1. Bryn Moorhouse says:

    When I right click I do not have an option “Always Available Offline”. What now?

  2. iqbal88 says:

    All of the above tips are right for me without one thing

    i have all activities done but without one matter.
    That is; I have not find “Always Available Offline” option in my folder
    right click menu.

    I use windows 7 ultimate (32 bit)

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