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Sharing a file with someone gives them instant access to it, allowing them to download the file from your Dropbox.

To share a file in your Dropbox right after you change it, click the Dropbox icon in the taskbar, mouse over one of the files, and click the "Share Link" button.

Or, to share any file in your Dropbox, find it in a Finder window.

Right-click it and select "Share Dropbox Link." A link will be copied to your computer's clipboard.

Paste the link in an email, chat, or anywhere you'd like to share it.

Note that links to Dropbox files can be shared publicly, and anyone with the link can access them, so only give the URL to people you trust.

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