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A great tool I used when running into the "file locked for editing" issue was using the SPUnlock web part this just works. I've used this web part numerous time so unlock files for deleting. All you have to do is.. Download SPUnlockSandbox.wsp from https://spunlockfiles.codeplex.com/ Upload SPUnlockSandbox.wsp to SP Site Collection Solution Gallery ...


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Yes you can set Item level permissions on Document Library.. Click the context menu/List Item Menu and click Permissions.. Here you can Stop Inheriting Permissions from Library and set unique permissions for the Document.. And once you stop the inheritance of the Document, it will say Item has unique permissions, see below:


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If that is the error, I think your $l is null, meaning that your are not getting a reference to the list! $list = "Business Screening" $item = 329 $w = get-spweb $url $l = $w.lists[$list] should probably be $list = "Business Screening" $item = 329 $w = get-spweb $url $l = $w.Lists.TryGetList($list) #this finds list by title


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When you add a document in a SharePoint library with versioning enabled it will be in version 0.1. You can't jump directly to version 3.1 but you can increase the version after uploading by editing the document until you reach the version you want. Then you can remove the version history. Depending on your case and how many documents you have you'll ...


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You need to enable document versioning in document Library. Go to Library settings -> Versioning settings -> Document Version History. Select Create major and minor (draft) versions


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To set the default behavior for opening documents for entire site, activate a site collection feature "Open Documents in Client Applications by Default". This should force the documents to be opened in client application. To set the behavior at library level, go to library settings -> Advanced Settings -> and set Opening Document in the Browser to 'Open in ...


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You can do it using a page view web part to display the page with the folder in the document library and then use some css on that page to hide navigation etc.



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