Uploading from Vista and Windows 7 Office 2007 to UTORweb


UTORweb provides free, personal web space to students, faculty, and staff. Full details are available on the UTORweb website.

Below are instructions for uploading files from Microsoft Office 2007, installed on a PC running either Microsoft Vista or Windows 7, using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). FTP is the only supported protocol for UTORweb.

PLEASE NOTE: FTP is an unsecured protocol. This means that any data sent, including your UTORid password, may be intercepted and viewed by third parties

To access files in your UTORweb Account

Save As Screen for Vista Office 2007

  1. From the Office button choose Open.
  2. In the File Name field:
    ftp://individual.utoronto.ca

  3. Click Open. You will be prompted to log in.
    • User Name: Your UTORid
    • Password: Your UTORid Password
  4. Locate the file you would like to open and click Open. You may be prompted again for your UTORid and Password

To Save Files to your UTORweb Account

    1. With the file open, choose Save As from the Office button.
    2. In the File Name field type:
      ftp://individual.utoronto.ca

 

  1. Click Save. You will be prompted to log in.
    • User Name: Your UTORid
    • Password: Your UTORid Password
  2. Select the location in your UTORweb account where you would like to save the file.

    Your UTORweb account supports two access controls, Public and Private.

    If a document is saved in the “private” folder which appears in the main folder of your account (i.e. the screen you see when you first connect to your account), it will only be accessible when you log in with your UTORid and password.

    Anything saved outside of the private folder will be publicly accessible from the URL http://individual.utoronto.ca/Your UTORweb Space Name/Filename
  3. Enter the name of the file making sure that it only contains letters, numbers, underscores, and dashes (i.e. no spaces), otherwise, you will get various errors when saving the file.
  4. Click Save.
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Last update:
2016-06-24 17:49
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