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You can go to Library Settings -> Advanced Settings -> Check "Open in the client application" Edit: This opens all the documents in client application.


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Looks like this feature is not supported but still you want their is one workaround for this but not supported .doing unsupported things generally equals "trouble", if not immediately, then later, so even if you can actually get this to work Read the reply from Peter Jamieson on Mail Merge from SharePoint 2013 ...


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You need to use Server Side Code. The easiest option is to convert the back end DataTable to comma-seperated file. Then then use Response.Write to save it as a csv file. This file can be opened using Excel. response.ClearContent(); response.Clear(); response.ContentType = "text/plain"; response.AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "attachment; ...



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