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Field level permissions are not possible in SharePoint either by OOTB and you need to build a custom solution for that. Pls refer the below references. Link-1 Link-2


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You can edit the page and add a webpart to the page where you can then add your description. The only down side to doing this is that you will then loose your library tabs when first going to the page unless you click within the library on the page whenever you go to the page.


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I would create folders and set the appropriate permissions on the folder level, then all the files in the folder inherit those permissions. You could do it in an even receiver on itemadded to break permission inheritance, but that would get messy if you have a lot of files. I'd stick to folder based permissions where each customer has their own folder. You ...


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A very reasonable and practical request! From my knowledge SharePoint doesn't provide a direct way to accomplish this task, but you may be able to get around it by using a content query or list filter to display only those results that the user should see. Another option would be to create a workflow when the item is created to grant item level permissions ...


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Figured this one out after about 2-3 hours of troubleshooting. Make sure they have read access to the parent site where the document library is stored. If they only have "Limited Access" is issue occurs, though cancelling thru the log-in screens it will give them the file. - SharePoint 2010 / Office 2010.


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You can create a designer workflow associated with content type. In your case Document Content type This will be easy to imppliment.


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No, not without breaking inheritance. If you don't break inheritance, then you can't assign permissions to your document without also assigning permissions for whatever parent is being inherited from. If however you're able to break inheritance, then you can just use the SharePoint 'share' option (SP2013, anyway) which will break inheritance, copy all the ...


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Go to this link and check answer from tuddy86 Mod edit, copying content over so it isn't lost. This is how I managed to have a link to new document set form, thx! This is the script I needed to make it happen from javascript: <script type="text/javascript"> var list; var listRootFolder; ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(init, ...


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You can't create a library within a library. Why not make a Web Part Page and have it show the two libraries?


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There is a property CheckedOutDate but I'm afraid it is not available anywhere in the User Interface. As a regular user, I don't think you will be able to find it. If you can ask an admin or someone else with access, they can find out for you using a small code snippet. E.g. $item = $web.lists[...].items[...] $checkedOutDate= ...


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Why code? Documents are in a SharePoint Library so you can create a View which displays the single last document. If you library is on another site in your Site-Collection you have to use the Content Query Web Part to create that View. Same principle, sort descending, only display one item/document.


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You can embed simple JS via Script Editor that will calculate link for the latest document. Code may look like: <div id="document-link"></div> <script> var baseUrl = location.protocol + "//" + location.host ; var odataUrl = baseUrl + ...


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It seems unattainable as hyperlinks are static and the files are constantly changing. The easiest way out is to create a folder before the document and assign the folder hyperlink instead. For automated and more complicated way, you will need to use code wherein the hyperlink is generated on page load. The link will be based on the latest ModifiedBy value ...


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The list of fonts in a word file is stored in an XML file called fonttable.xml. To get this file, you need to convert the word file into a package (zip file) and parse the contents of fonttable.xml. Note: You need to add 2 references: DocumentFormat.OpenXml.dll and WindowsBase.dll to your project for handling word processing. Following code handles ...



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