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It depends where you want to Open & edit documents, in the browser using the Office Online server or you want to edit them on the local machine. Office Online Server is not configured by default, you have to setup a separate farm and connect it to the SharePoint server. Office Online Server Support Word, Exel, PowerPoints file types. if you have other ...


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It is not SharePoint issue rather it is Office problem. You can disable this warning going by going to trust center settings of excel. Click the File tab. Click Options. Click Trust Center, and then click Trust Center Settings. In the Trust Center, click Macro Settings. Make the selections that you want. Click OK. Read more here: Change macro settings ...


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The is no password for list email addresses because they are no associated with AD user accounts. There is also no inbox because these are not Exchange email addresses. List email addresses act more like identifiers for the lists so SharePoint knows where to direct and store incoming email messages. You should have a connector in Exchange that routes emails ...


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If you have a high enough permisson level you can select the document, go over the ribbon to files and click "Discard Check Out". (Picture from my SharePoint 2013 on-prem Environment)


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It is possible. Open the version history and view it. Click on following marked location Click on Version History Now click on the document and view the version


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I dealt with this a while ago and found that it is an issue that has no real fix. For me, the hyperlinks worked when I was in Internet Explorer but not in Chrome, so I installed the IETab application (and instructed other end users to install and use it as well). Using that allowed the hyperlinks to work in the Word web app while browsing in Chrome.


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As @spguy mentioned, having separate document libraries can also help. However, if that is not an option, you can consider using folders to limit the fine grained permissions.


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Are you limited to a single document library? Depending on what kind of content you are storing, is there any way to split them up and have multiple libraries? Are the 2000 documents that are submitted each year all of the same type of document that they cannot be separated? If you can split any of the documents up into active and archived documents, then ...


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Reason is that your site is on HTTPS but you are loading jQuery from HTTP. That causes this error as this is mixed content and potentially unsafe. Change the link to jQuery to use HTTPS instead and the error will disappear.


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Documents and folders all are treated as items. So the limit mentioned consist of all including folders as well. To test it, write a query which will return total count. and another query where item is not folder. It should show the difference. Which in terms say folders are also treated as items. PS: Folders also affects threshold limit.


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Add a content editor webpart to your document library and insert the following code into it. <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.0/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script><script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ $('#onetidDoclibViewTbl0 a').removeAttr('onclick').attr('target', '...


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The answer is none. As @Waqas pointed out you need the Office Web App server, which is a separate product from SharePoint. If you were running Enterprise - you would have access to Excel and Visio services, Standard edition come with none of that. By default when you attempt to open a file it will it open in the supported desktop applications (i.e. work,...


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According to a website I have found it's: Supported files for viewing: Word files: .doc, .dot, .dotx, .docx, .docm, .odt Powerpoint: .pot, .potm, .pps, .ppsm, .ppt, .pptm, .pptx, ppsx, .odp Excel .xls, .xlsx, .xlsm, .xlsb, .ods Supported files for viewing & editing: Word: .docx, .docm, .odt Excel: .xlsx, .xlsm, .xlsb, .ods ...


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You can create very large document libraries by nesting folders, or using standard views and site hierarchy. This value may vary depending on how documents and folders are organized, and by the type and size of documents stored. But there is no such limitation on folder creation in SharePoint 2013 Document library. But yes, your document library can ...


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Form fields may be hidden in EditForm.aspx of library. Navigate to EditForm.aspx page and append your item ID For example https://your site Url/libary name/Forms/EditForm.aspx?ID=Item ID Edit that page and see if there is any script editor/content editor web part added to hide fields. Another way is with the help of SharePoint designer. Open a particular ...


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As per your requirement I think you can use Content Query WebPart/Content Search WebPart for the same. Because Content Query WebPart has a property to display data from Sub site too. Your question might be answered here Let me know if this solves your problem or you need some more assists.


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There are ways to hide the Upload Button using CSS or JavaScript but this is not recommended. I suggest creating a custom site content type that is associated with your InfoPath Form. This article provides a step-by-step process of Publishing your InfoPath Form to a Content Type and then associating the content type with a document library: http://www....


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Please try to give "View Item" permission on your Document Library anonymous access via Library Permissions. Kindly check below image for your reference After doing this your documents have at least viewitem Permission on the document library so it will not ask for credentials for anonymous users.


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Hey I have got the same requirement to work with and I was able to accomplish this task so here I am sharing my approach. I created a Excel file using SPFile object available in sp.js var fileCreation = new SP.FileCreationInformation(); var d = new Date() var utc = d.toJSON().slice(0, 10) + "-" + d.getHours() + "-" + d....


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I do recommend using a content search web part and configure it to return only Document library. your query text should look something like that: Note:make sure to change the Path to reflect the address of your site collection


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You cannot "Query a View". You can evaluate the view filter criteria and replicate the query in search. So if you want to filter on a Hashtag simply query the hashtag, like #SharePoint. If you are using other types of metadata you can query that too. The search engine is actually very controllable and predictable. If you are struggling I recommend the ...


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Yes, you can. Try adding a search results webpart to you page, and edit the properties. Then click on "change query". You can specify a tag there. If you use SharePoint 2013 Enterprise you can also you the CSWP. Also you can do much more via the advanced view (Switch to Advanced Mode):



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