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You most likely mean a folder inside a document library, because you cannot add a folder to a site that is available for end-users. In order to add a folder inside a document library, you need to open up the ability to add a folder to the document library. Go to the document library where you want to add a folder Go to the Library Settings Advanced ...
The ideal way is to edit the document library view and add additional columns on which you can filter and find the document. Another option is to modify the search results webpart and enhance the results view to add an extra link to (Edit/View) document properties. Here is a sample XSLT I took from this site <!-- A custom template to display a link to ...
Yes you can add custom document templates to Document Library in SharePoint Online. See this link on how to add custom document template.
a. Create a new Permission Level copied from "Read" permission b. Remove "View Versions" option from the new permission level c. Set that new permission level to the users or groups Following are the steps... Go to the Site Collection > Top level Site > Site Settings > Site Permissions Click on "Permission Levels" from Ribbon > Permission Tools > Manage ...
I would just make one document library with three folders, uninherit those folders to make unique permissions, and then create a workflow that takes the document and moves it to a different folder. You can create a view that looks at all documents and the folder it's in.
You need not copy the documents to the parent site. If the requirement is to display last document(schedule) added for each vessel(document library) on the home page, using content query webpart can be a good OOTB solution. For reference, http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/sharepoint-2010s-content-query-web-part.html ...
You need to have office webapps installed and configured on your SharePoint server. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219455%28v=office.15%29.aspx http://melcher.it/2013/05/install-office-web-apps-2013-for-sharepoint-2013-with-pdf-preview/
Here's a no code solution. Create a new calculated column, say DocVersion. In the formula box just type =[Version]. Change the Data Type of this column to Number instead of Single line of text. Add this column to default view or any custom view. Now, when you do Export to excel this column will have the version number. Let us know if it worked.
For this there are three options Using Calculated Column http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb862071(v=office.14).aspx Using Workflow https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Workflow-actions-in-SharePoint-Designer-2010-A-quick-reference-guide-5a7ad276-0ed7-49b0-b652-e56a77dd96c6?ui=en-US&rs=en-GB&ad=GB Using Event Receiver ...
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