Opening Documents Situated on Different Computers
In order to work with documents situated on other computers, you need sufficient rights to access the folder in which it is placed. Just as you have to grant rights to other users to access your folders, other users will also have to grant you rights to access their folders.
This paragraph tells you how to open a document situated on a different computer. It is assumed that you have sufficient rights to access the folder in which the document is placed.
In this paragraph we will access the remote document "Sample Text Nurse" on computer named "Office-2". The first step to open a document is to access the shared folder in the remote computer. This is easily done through Network Neighborhood. Double-click on the Network Neighborhood icon on the Desktop and on "OFFICE-2" computer in the Network Neighborhood window. This will list all the share-out folders on "OFFICE-2" machine.
Double-click on the shared folder "My Documents" to access the files placed in it. Double-click on the document to open it. Depending on the applications you loaded on your system, either the MS-Word or WordPad applications will be launched to display the contents of the file. You can now change the contents of this document and save it back on "OFFICE-2" machine.