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Use SPListItem.UpdateOverwriteVersion() Updates the item without creating another version of the item. SPListItem.SystemUpdate method More Explanation
the catch is: This feature is available only if Document Versioning is turned off in OneDrive for Business. Additionally, this feature applies only to documents you’ve shared with others. It does not apply to documents other people have shared with you. is it your document or others? Also did you see ellspss(...)
In the document library's settings, disable "require check out." That way, end users will not be prompted with an option to check out documents. If your PDFs are mixed in with other documents that you would like users to have the option to check out, consider separating the documents out into separate document libraries.
For Checking-In it can be possible if you Enable Moderation and Enable Versioning in your list/library.. So once people Check-In the item, the changes will be visible to all approvers and once they review the changes (they can see Check-In comments in Version History), they can Publish the item to make the changes available to all users.. Now a problem with ...
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