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I know that's not the best solution and that's just a patch... but it gets the job done! It's important that you put some comments in your code telling why you do that. So, after GridView2.RenderControl(htmlTextWriter);, try htmlTextWriter.Position = 0; string correctedXLS = new StreamReader(htmlTextWriter).ReadToEnd(); correctedXLS = ...


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Open Chrome Put "chrome://flags/#enable-npapi" into the address bar Find the "Enable NPAPI" plug-in and enable it Select "relaunch now" at the bottom of the page This enables the NPAPI plugins in chrome. This helped me to show Lync status in Newsfeed in Chrome, hope this works for your case too :-)


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The IETab plugin runs IE in a Chrome Tab so can execute ActiveX controls.


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Without knowing what type of fileds You are trying to paste into i guess the reason can be that If the Columns are of the type "Managed Metadata" the values must exist in Term Store, otherwise the will be considered as not valid.


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The read only user can see the modifications when Edit user saves the Excel file.


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You can start by creating a custom list, and then adding columns to match what is in your spreadsheet. Then you can use the grid/datasheet view in your SharePoint list (click on "edit" in a normal list view, or use "quick edit" in the ribbon). then just copy and paste from your Excel spreadsheet. The quick edit view can be a little fussy when it comes to ...


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As long as you are able to save the document on your computer in any capacity you should be able to then go into your Document Library (or whichever library you wish it to be stored) then select "new document" and then use the existing file option to find the file on your computer.


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In the view settings you can enable "inline editing". This enables a button which when clicked makes the row editable. It even shows dropdowns when you have defined the column as multiple select.


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Instead of exporting from SharePoint, you can try importing from Excel through add-ins like http://www.cdata.com/drivers/sharepoint/excel/ (commercial). The Excel Add-in allows you to connect to Sharepoint lists, and filter data through transact SQL.


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if you are working with Sharepoint2013 than 2013 provide out of the box service to export sharepoint list to Exel or Access. I have refer This one , you can also try it . https://www.microsoftpressstore.com/articles/article.aspx?p=2224034&seqNum=2



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