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Agree with Roland - I'd try putting the link as: file://corporate.com/division/stuff%20more%20stuff/file.xls That should work OK within the browser.


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As @Red posted it is working. I placed to Content Editor Webparts into a page and in the first I placed the HTML Code as this: <div class="row"> <div class="img"> <a href="https://www.afrait.com"><img src="afraIT_LogoOnly128.png" alt="" /></a> </div> <div class="desc"> <h2><a ...


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You want to make sure the field is set to not to Refresh value when formula is recalculated. I assume this is enabled and would exhibit the behavior you are describing.


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@ahmed, Solution by Ahmed worked in my case. Code: <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.3/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> //Code to add url to the Hyperlink field part of Columna name: LinkURL - var setColumnValue = function (column, linkVal) { var columnObj = $("input[Title='" + column + "']"); ...


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This can be solved with permissions. SharePoint comes with the standard groups for Contributors and Visitors. Add people to the Contributor group if they should be able to change the Excel files. Add the rest to the Visitors group, who can only read, but not change documents. If a visitor opens an Excel workbook, they cannot save changes back to the ...


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I just experienced this issue as well. What I found was that somehow the default mail application (for opening mailto links) on my computer had changed. Try going to Settings > System > Default Apps and under Email, make sure the correct application is chosen. For me, the default had somehow been changed to Chrome, which is why the links weren't working. ...


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It looks like a similar question has been asked before : Expand collapse text on a Wiki page One answer there states : I think you can make it happen using jQuery: Whatever element you want to expand/collapse needs to have a display:none; in its CSS style. Let's say you have a DIV: Now its style should have the display:none in it: ...


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You can do this with a bit of JavaScript on the page. Edit the newform.aspx page and add a Script Editor web part with this code (note the use of jQuery hosted by Google: <script type="text/javascript" src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.4/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> var internalNameOfUrlField = ...


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Yes, it can be done in the Content Editor Webpart check this step by step tutorial http://www.queness.com/post/5368/quick-and-easy-jquery-read-more-script-tutorial


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Here is how I got it to work, added a script editor to the page and add the following modified script: <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.12.3/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> var setColumnValue = function (column, linkVal) { var columnObj = $("input[Title='" + column + "']"); //this is what I ...


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HTML in Calculated Columns only works in Views It will display the bare HTML in Forms, in Alerts, in Tree View, etc etc Read the pros & cons of HTML+JavaScript in Calculated Columns at: http://viewmaster365.com/#/How Alternatively you can do it with Client Side Rendering on SP2013: CSR /JSLink blogs (dec 2015) - Pitfalls using CSR/JSLink (aug ...


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If the file is in a SharePoint library you can configure the library no default open in application and not online.


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There are two ways to add this functionality. You can use Custom Action if you don't want to conditionally add the menu, so the menu will appear always for all users, as seen here If you want to conditionally add the item, then you would use code similar to the one you posted. In this case, the 3rd parameter should point to a JavaScript function. See this ...


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The answer I have found is that Chrome prevents hyperlinks from working in the Word web app unless you have the IETab extension installed in Chrome (and you are using it).


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Allow external sharing in SharePoint Online site collection - if you cannot do that, you're out of luck. However, if external sharing has been enabled or you can enable it, go to document you wish to share, select Share. Then choose "Get a link", and from drop-down select "View link - no sign-in required". Then copy&paste the link to your company ...


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Well, the description of the Summary Links Column is as follows: Summary Links is a site column created by the Publishing feature. It is used on the Welcome Page Content Type to display a set of links. maybe this answers your question. My Suggestion is: Use Summary Links Web Part (Under Content Rollup) OR Use Multi line of text column (choose ...


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Try to Change the Stylesheets as described here: http://www.andrewjbillings.com/sharepoint-20102013-content-query-web-part-please-open-in-office-web-apps-ugh-i-loathe-you-right-now/



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