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Append Web=1 to the url to instruct it where to open. Of course you have to have all the prereqs in place. /PWA/ProjectBICenter/Documents/AllXLDashboards.xlsx?Web=1 Opens it in Excel Services web page /PWA/ProjectBICenter/Documents/AllXLDashboards.xlsx?Web=0 Opens it in excel


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Man I know this is an old post but I think I have a solution that might be a little easier. My scenario was this. We had a document library with multiple custom content types. We wanted to place a link to the various new content types on the quick launch that would open the client application like Word or Excel So I went to the "New Item" button and chose ...


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Check the settings in the document library your Excel file is hosted in. In Settings -> Advanced Settings, you have should have "Open in the browser" as your default open behavior. EDIT: If the above doesn't work, change the link's behavior (Page --> Edit --> Link) to "Open in new tab." This should force the document to open in Excel Online.


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You could pass a query string on to the upload dialog and use a custom script embedded in the upload dialog to add some type of identifier to the document. You could then add a secondary data source to the library and define some rules around that identifier. If you create a custom upload form you can add fields (hidden or otherwise) that can just update ...


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Yes, but it is a little bit complicated. Create two text columns, "URL" and "Display" (or whatever you want to call it). Create a calculated field "Link" Formula: =CONCATENATE("",Display,"") Data Type: Date and Time (Can also be Number, but then will appear right-justified). Date and Time Format: Date Only Add an list item with URL "pw://test" and Display ...


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Try using the FQDN of the NFS Drive. Example: \\tigerlan-fs01.your.domain.com\admin\ Not sure why downvoted but thanks for the help with the format.


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All you need to do to create links in SharePoint wiki pages is enclose the word you want to turn into a link in double square brackets. So: if you type in [[qwerty]] a page named qwerty will be created. if the page 'qwerty' already exists and you type [[qwerty]] then it will automatically turn the qwerty into a link.



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