May Newsletter

May Newsletter is now available. Just click on the link below to download and view in PDF reader.


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    1. Don – Do you have a google account? If not,

      How to Access a Shared Google Drive without Creating a Gmail Account
      Invitations to a shared Google Drive file or folder require a Google account to sign in to the Google Drive service. However, we can still access the Google Drive shared content by associating our existing email address with Google. Here is how.

      If a file or folder has been shared to your non-gmail account, the OWNER\SENDER will see a warning stating the “recipient doesn’t have a Google account”. That is ok.

      If your email is not a Gmail or G Suite domain, then you will need to associate your email address with Google for authentication. The following instructions walk through the process of authenticating your existing email address to Google Drive without creating a Gmail mailbox.

      When the RECIPIENT opens the invitation email, it will come from “”

      1. I have gmail and a Google account, The instruction said to click on the address below to get the May Newsletter. It did not work. Past experience has taught me the the working email address needs to be in blue letters. This one was not. Why?

        1. Don,
          To your point, if it is in colored text, typically blue – it is a hyperlink and you can click on it. However, Joe did not make it a hyperlink, he just pasted the url. When this happens, you have to copy the url and then paste it in your browser address window. We can talk about it more at our website discussion.


  1. Don, after I highlight the url, I do control c and then go up to the browser address window and do control v and then hit enter. Control c is for copy and control v is for paste. Just sharing.

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