If you want to transfer files between your computer and the hosted TurboLaw environment, make sure you've enabled sharing of files between your local computer and the hosted TurboLaw environment. If you haven't done this yet, follow the steps in this article to set this up.
To transfer files, first connect to TurboLaw normally.Then, click on the Start menu at the lower-left corner and then click on the "This PC" tile.
In this window, you will see the folders from your local computer that you've shared with the hosted TurboLaw environment (they will under the heading "Devices and drives").
(Above: an example of how drives or folders from your local computer appear in the hosted TurboLaw environment. In this case, we are sharing our "Documents" folder from a Mac Mini with TurboLaw. Your drives will appear differently than shown here - Mac users will see the name of their Mac, while Windows users will see their computer's drives listed instead.)
You can double-click on these "drives" and copy files back and forth just like you would any other drive on your computer - either by using copy & paste or by dragging & dropping items.
When saving an individual file (for example, a document), you can save files back to your local computer in much the same way - just click on "Save as" and then click "Browse" and click on the This PC icon to bring up this same window.