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I've found this page which explains how to add a ‘Create New Document’ link to a page :

<img alt="" src="/_layouts/images/rect.gif">&nbsp;
<a onclick="createNewDocumentWithProgID('http:\u002f\u002fvm-moss2007\u002fMod Props\u002fForms\u002fMod Props\u002fModPropTemplate.xlsx', 'http:\u002f\u002fvm-moss2007\u002fMod Props', 'SharePoint.OpenDocuments', false);return false;" href="#">Create new Mod Prop</a>

My question is if it's also possible to add a link to a web-page which goes directly to the 'Add Document Set' functionality.

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The code below will allow you to perform a redirect to a given page when the user clicks on New Item

$("a[id$='NewMenu']").click(function(e) { window.location = '/_layouts/smartaudit/UploadAudit.aspx'; return false; });
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Would you care to put some more context around that? How would you integrate that into the html snipped in the question? Where does the Document Set come in? –  teylyn Jul 21 '13 at 23:57
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