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I could reproduce similar behavior locally. It may have to something with your Word Settings. When you click new and it opens in MS Word, word treats it as unsafe because perhaps it is not saved. After you click it treats it as a safe document and things works for you. To make it work first time, you may have to go to Word (2010) -> File Menu -> ...


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I don't think you can do that, unless you do some local registry hacks on each machine that opens files with the content tyep text/plain in notepad instead of in the browser. The reason that you can open Office documents is that SharePoint uses ActiveX to invoke the office application with its ProgId. Notepad does not have any COM ProgId. You could make it ...


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I've fixed it, or at least worked around it in a way that seems to solve all of our issues. When I added PDF icon support to our server, I used the following XML in the C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\TEMPLATE\XML\DOCICON.XML file, as suggested in the linked KB article: <Mapping Key="pdf" Value="pdficon.gif" /> ...


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We experienced the same thing. I do not understand why this works in our environment, but it does. Open IE, go to "Tools > Internet Options > Connections > Lan Settings" and uncheck "Auto Detect Proxy".


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After some researching I found this blog addressing "Could not open (url)": http://petervdberg.blogspot.com/2011/01/how-to-enable-save-and-send-option-in.html If you are using Windows 2008R2 this could be solution. I checked my machine and 'Desktop Experience' feature was already installed so I was unable to reproduce your problem.


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Please specify exactly what parameters have changed. Eg you changed to office 2010, but is outlook and SharePoint version the same? Also add a sceenshot showing the issue? I am still a bitnunclear on where SharePoint comes into the picture, other than being the trigger of the mail. This means your question is borderline off-topic. Depending on how you ...


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This information is stored as an XmlDocument in the Content Type. The SPContentType has a property called XmlDocuments which is a collection of XmlDocument objects. You can get the Xml containing the info like this;: string xml = contentType.XmlDocuments["http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/2006/metadata/customXsn"]; This string contains Xml. For the DIP ...


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I don't believe that you can as you mentioned, the file name change constitutes a new file and a new version history. You could always check out the 2003 version and upon checking it back in, state the file has been converted to a new format and the history ends. MyDoc.doc and MyDoc.docx are different files even though they may be the same content so ...


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If you examine the link to the document with IE developer tools you'll see that it is a hyperlink and a JavaScript function attached to the onClick event. The JavaScript function checks if ActiveX is supported in the client Web browser and if a particular client-side ActiveX component (IIRC something with "OpenDocuments") is available. This client-side ...


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Use an iframe with the URL to the Office Web Apps page. For instance use the Page Viewer Web Part.


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When you run a site collection in SharePoint 2010 mode, you are running with the 2010 feature set. Most 2013-specific features are not available when you are running in 2010 mode.


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I just found the answer. Those fields are linked, but are hidden on the table by default. You must right click the table headers and click Unhide Columns... then select the hidden columns you desire to work with.


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The HTML is invalid! You got multiple '</head>' and '<body>' tags.


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The following fix should resolve the issue: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=17C36612-632E-4C04-9382-987622ED1D64&displaylang=en What platform are you running on?


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I haven't seen anything such built. I think your only option is a custom WebDAV provider, even though I should not recommend that. Instead consider you current solution and incorporate Document Routing in your design. Let the user upload the document to ONE location and set the metadata, then use document routing forward the document to the correct ...


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I created a blog post about this today: Create a new document using Office Web Apps. ID is the URL to the document template that is associated with the content type. Ex.: http:// www.yourdomain.com/TeamSite/template.docx` SaveLocation is the location to the document library where the document needs to be saved. Ex: &SaveLocation=http:// ...


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Yes it is possible, when you call getListItems of Lists.asmx the second last attribute is an XMLNode optionQuery . u need to pass the correct xml to get fully recursive list. xml will go something like this: <QueryOptions><SomeTag FullyRecursive="True"></sometag></QueryOptions> I dont remember the exact syntax as i have used it a ...


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This Microsoft article has info on Office integration: Synchronize SharePoint 2010 content with Outlook 2010 -- http://office.microsoft.com/en-nz/sharepoint-foundation-help/synchronize-sharepoint-2010-content-with-outlook-2010-HA101881295.aspx Calendars are not included in this, though. You can view a SharePoint calendar in Outlook and you can update a ...


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Don't know anything of the structure of CMS 2002 database (are the docs stored as BLOB like in sharepoint?), but the parsing of the documents themselves should be easy enough. If you open a word 2003 document in notepad you can see the hyperlinks as they are prefixed by HYPERLINK even if they are displaying text instead of the URL. You parse each document ...


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I have had this same issue. For me it was caused by authentication not working correctly between the browser and office. When you get the hang, see if you can minimise the window, then redisplay it. Usually there is a authentication box hiding somewhere. First, im going to assume this is an intranet? Close all your browsers, when you go to the sharepoint ...


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Installing the latest service pack resolved the issue!


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This could be a client issues. Try the following if the SP does not work. Run the Microsoft Office Diagnostic Tool, which is part you the Office installation on a client. This will look for and correct any errors in your Office installation. When the diagnostic tool is finished try to check out and edit a document. The David Klein's blog entry for ...


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I assume you really do mean SharePoint 2003 and not 2007? In 2007, there's some script which runs on click of the multiple item upload link. It sounds to me like that script isn't firing. I'd try a little debugging in the browser with IE's Developer Tools or in Firefox with Firebug to see if there is indeed a script problem. If there is, it may be caused by ...


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From which OS are you opening the Word doc? If it is an MS Server version, the WebClient service is not installed, which is used for the Word -> SP communication. Also, in the Web app's general settings you can control how links to documents in SharePoint behave. Under the Browser File Handling section you can have sharepoint open docs in the browser ...


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There's a much easier way that I just discovered - edit the multi-line column and save it as plain text only. Go back in to edit it a second time, and you can change it to a single line of text. Awesome that works!!


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One option is to use an alternate CSS to modify the print view of SharePoint pages. By stripping out much of the SharePoint specific stuff, and using special tags in your HTML columns you may be able to load it successfully into word (or just print directly). Some custom options to get to word: ...


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Make sure you are running the 32-bit version of IE9. There are quite a few limitations if you don't have the 32-bit Activex controls (see this TechNet article). You should also check that you have the 32-bit version of Office installed (I don't think the 64-bit version has the controls). Check the browser configuration against the settings on computers ...


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You are not going to be able to do keep all the histories linked to the new document. What we have done in the past is choose a major version to convert, then archive the old docs and versions. I personally thru them in a ZIP and kept that in the same library as the new doc, and labeled it accordingly. Now, getting all the versions off, that depends on ...


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If you wan't to save it in SharePoint you need to check if the site exits, if the file already exists etc. That is - you need to contact the server. The same thing happens when you save locally, but the local file subsystem is way faster than the HTTP protocol, network and SharePoint. This is something you have to live with when using SharePoint. "Easy ...


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You could add Event Receiver (on ItemAdded), that after you add item to RPM list would update item with value from SCG list. Automatic populating of field in Edit form is not possible, AFAIK, but in receivers you can do everything with it.



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