microsoft One Drive Account Access

I have a Microsoft "One Drive" Account.  Sometimes when I am at school I use the account to save my files so I can access them at home. I tend to use the same workstation at school although there are others.

Example:
When I create a spreadsheet and what to save it (Excel 2013) There is an option to save it to "One Drive". When I select "One Drive" I see all my files and save it there.

My problem is that I do not have to do anything to "log into" One Drive.  In other words it seems that if anyone logs in to that workstation they can see my files. How do I stop this?  Is there any way to make sure that when I want to save to One Drive I will have to put my login and password to save to One drive.

I hope I'm making sense here.

Thanks
pcwizz1Asked:
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rindiCommented:
Use the web browser, and not any 3rd party utility to access your onedrive account on public PC's. Also make sure that when you logon, that you don't tell the browser to remember your credentials, and when you leave the PC, log out.

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