I submitted a sports biography to the publisher and found out 3 months later, after they finished the "copyedit" that they have no experience with sports. They made 9,336 "corrections" to my book, 98% of them were not grammatical errors, they insisted on using Chicago Manual of Style, whereas I preferred to follow style of New York Times, ESPN, etc. and all other sports publications in America. They did give me copy of my work with their corrections, in Word365 .docx format. I spent a month getting up to speed on Word 365 (I use OpenOffice). My question is, since the files seem to be stored on the cloud, how do I tell who else has access to it, and how do I keep it from being stored on the cloud? I only want to store it on my local desktop. Thanks.