Logging into one drive from Office Lens
My preferred method of using Office Lens is making multiple page PDFs. When I select PDF, I'm asked to login to one drive, which requires an email address and password. I have complex passwords and change them frequently, making remembering them near impossible. Even my Credit Union allows me to login with my fingerprint from my iPhone, why can't Microsoft make it simple enough to use. I can't use the One Drive function because the Login sequence is too complex. So, I end up emailing images of the multipage document to myself, and then using, Adobe Acrobat, make a single PDF file out of the five or six images from the email. I chose email -- although somewhat arcane for this purpose -- because it doesn't require me to login like all other Microsoft Options.
It appears to me, that all of the login sequences on Microsoft products and Websites are complex, especially if you want to use secure passwords. Microsoft product produces fantastic results, however, relative to office-suite products they are anything but integrated.
Another work-around, in the past, has been to copy my password from another application and then paste it into the login field on the Microsoft One Drive login screen. Now, it seems as though the copy and paste method is no longer working. I'm just going to have to find another way to make multipage PDFs, unless something is done to simplify the login process.