Updated: Add Dropbox and Google Drive as save locations in Office 2013

In this post I will share with you a new script for adding Dropbox and Google drive as save-locations in Office 2013.

After my first script was added to the Top 100 tools in CHIP, I decided to make it even better than before. The major update is that it is now GUI based, and not text based.
Another improvement is that it will scan your system automatically for your folder! (This only applies for Dropbox at the moment.)

The script/aplication can be downloaded from Technet, and it also contains the ReadMe file that is written down here below. (HERE)

If you find this script helpful or if you have any questions, please leave a comment and I will answer as soon as possible!

Step 1:
Start one of your Office products and logg on with your microsoft account.




Step 2:
Run the script from a PowerShell console.


Step 3:
Enter the path to your Dropbox and/or Google Drive folder, or let the application find it for you. (Currently only available for Dropbox)


Step 4:
Press “Apply” and when completed, start or restart your Office product to add the folders.


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