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1.7. @RISK with SharePoint or OneDrive for Business

Applies to: All products

Can I use @RISK (BigPicture, Evolver, NeuralTools, PrecisionTree, StatTools, TopRank) with SharePoint or with OneDrive for Business?

Yes to both. Just open your Excel files in the desktop version of Excel. There are multiple paths to do that, and they are nicely shown in Microsoft's video Viewing and editing documents in OneDrive for Business. Although you can make some edits to your Excel file in your browser through OneDrive for Business, it's not possible to run @RISK or other Palisade software in a Web browser.

If you're using @RISK with a project file, you may need to update the link to the project file. In @RISK, click Project » Project Settings » General. Click the Change button, and browse to the location of your project file. If you're not sure where OneDrive or SharePoint has stored the project file, open it in Microsoft Project, click File » Info and look for the location near the top of the Info window, just below the project file's name.

Note: OneDrive and OneDrive for Business are not the same. OneDrive for Business (formerly SkyDrive Pro) integrates with Microsoft Office, and OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) does not. For details of the differences, please see What is OneDrive for Business?

Last edited: 2016-04-26

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