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Check that you have the appropriate content types added to the document library. Go to the document library > library settings > add from existing site content types > choose your content types, e.g. Document, Document Set > OK.


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There is no Straight forward way to do this. Even if the document resides in Document Library. One way is to read the document into memory and convert it to web page (html) and load it into a div or panel http://www.aspsnippets.com/Articles/Convert-Office-Word-Document-to-HTML-and-display-it-in-browser-in-ASP.Net.aspx ...


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Document management by metadata is the correct approach. I’ve worked both with Document Sets and without them. Document Sets have the benefit of storing documents that share one or more properties. They come in handy if you use a document library for storing multiple documents in an isolated environment. An example can be the use of marketing surveys records ...


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You need to create a custom content type that inherits from whatever sort of document you want to contain in these document sets (ie a new Word Document content type called Project Word Doc that inherits from Word Document). Add on to that the additional columns you want and mark them required. Then create a custom content type that inherits from Document ...


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A way would be to use SharePoint designer to change the New/Edit/View forms to a application page. Provided you know enough to edit the markup. The following steps would suffice. Create a Application Page Open the List With SharePoint Designer Under the hedding Forms Click New. 3.1 Create whichever type of form you would like to change. 3.2 Edit it to ...


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Go to Advanced Settings and Enable the Allow management of content types. Now you will see the content types associated with the list under the Settings section. Click on Item or the specific Content type. Select the column. Check the Hidden radio button. You can also do this by adding a js file to your page and adding the following lines of code: ...


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I would use InfoPath to remove the field from your form, but as that is deprecated, I don't know how Microsoft wants us to do that in the future. To answer your side-question, best way I've modified many fields at once is via workflow to do the edit and use a dummy field which I change value on. Open the list in datasheet view, make a change in the top ...


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I have come up with a solution! On the page, I place two web parts: WP1 - XsltListViewWebPart shows the 'flat' view of the Document Library which contains the document sets. So it would show ALL* files within the doc lib, which satisfy a Query within the view, which basically says "give me all documents which contain the {Param} folder in their folder ...


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I don't see any other solution other than giving read permission to the root of the Library and then uniquely securing items in the Library so those users will only see Document Set. Below is another Solution you can try out - I hope it should work. Document Set is a kind of Folder. So idea is - Using SharePoint Designer open out-of-the box Welcome Page, ...


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I've come across this issue in the past. In the end I had to carry out these steps: Delete the docsethomepage.aspx file. Copy in a fresh docsethomepage.aspx file. Check out the docsethomepage.aspx file, then check it back in. Go into the document set's settings and check Update the Welcome Page of Document Sets inheriting from this content type This was ...


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I dont think you can do this OOTB, you have to write your own code or use the 3rd part tool. EnvoaPoint has Automate Document Management, they have trial version too. You can use Open XML, Open XML SDK 2, Microsoft Office Interop, Microsoft Office Object Library and Visual Studio 2013. Merge PowerPoint Presentations (PPTX) & save as PDF



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