To access the backward-compatible document library, you must create a Web folder or a Network Place.
Before you create a Web folder or Network Place, it is recommended that you see your system administrator or Internet service provider for the URL of a Web server that supports Web folders.
Note Network Places and Web folders are equivalent. In this topic, if the term Web folders is used and you have a computer running Windows 2000, substitute the term My Network Places.
Create a Web folder from My Computer
- In My Computer, double-click Web Folders.
- Double-click Add Web Folder.
- Follow the instructions in the Add Web Folder Wizard.
Create a Web folder from a Microsoft Office 2003 application
- In the Office application, click File, and then click Open.
- In the Open dialog box, click Web Folders on the Look In bar.
- You can create a Web folder or base a Web folder on an existing Web server location:
- To add a Web folder, click the Create New Folder icon on the toolbar, and then follow the instructions in the Add Web Folder Wizard.
- To base a new Web folder on an existing Web server location, type the Web address in the File name box, and then click OK.
For example, type http://server_name/ to create a Web folder at that destination.
About My Network Places and Web folders
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