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The only work around I found so far is to uninstall the Office store app and instead going for the desktop installation. Be careful, none of the user settings survive the update process. So make sure to backup everything especially if you added markros to your Office apps, they will be gone as well!


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When you stop synchronisation, OneDrive keeps all data that was on your local HDD. Enabling synchronisation of the same files again will have prompted OneDrive to tell you it already found a folder with data on your local HDD and will have proceeded to ask if you wanted to use that or use a new folder to start. You chose to create a new folder. Remove the ...


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The green check marks are OneDrive's way to tell users that the file/icon is synced up with their personal OneDrive. The simplest way to turn off the checkmarks is to go to OneDrive in the Hidden Icons tab in your taskbar, open Help & Settings, then click "Close OneDrive." The green check marks should disappear. Keep in mind that closing ...


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Answering this post for anyone who may experience this issue in the future... What I initially thought was a sync error either in Chrome or OneDrive actually appears to have been a permissions issue with my Windows user profile. I was able to confirm this by running Chrome as admin, which worked as expected. So, I edited permissions for the "Bookmarks&...


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Thanks to Microsoft support, it appears that the answer can be found here: How to remove Office license files on a Mac, using the License Removal Tool. After running it, the access to the OneDrive for Business went away, and I just needed to do a simple re-log-in on my personal account to be back up-to-speed. 👍🏻


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