Maybe a stupid question, but...

Discussion in 'Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, Apple Services' started by propita, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. propita macrumors newbie

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    Okay, I have iCloud on my main iMac, macbook, iPad, and iPhone. I have a file uploaded to the iMac, listing the ungodly number of dads my husband and I own, trying to prevent duplication.

    Anyway, yesterday I opened it on my iPhone, made changes, closed it, and it was updated through iCloud on all devices. Fine and dandy.

    Then I open the file today on the iMac, have to download it since there were changes (from the iPhone), make changes--and here's the stupid question:

    How do I update the file through iCloud. I'm told to upload it, but (I know this sounds stupid) how do I do that? I have the downloaded and altered file open. How do I upload this open file to iCloud? If I try to save it, the only option is "save version"?

    Help with what I know is a simple question?
     
  2. Arelunde macrumors 6502a

    Arelunde

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    If you have documents enabled for iCloud settings, it's automatically saved to iCloud (and thus to all your iDevices/Macs) that also have documents enabled in their iCloud settings. You don't have to do anything other than to save the document.
     
  3. propita thread starter macrumors newbie

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    still being stupid here

    The only save option is save version, but when I try opening the document on another device, it is not the new iMac version, but the slightly older iPhone version.

    And Documents is enabled on all devices.
     

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