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Unless you store the file on your desktop, otherwise you have to SharePoint either view or download it. Another Option is,to use the Onedrive for business and sync the document to you desktop for offline use. check this one Or you can open the document with explorer and download all files then use


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The most SharePoint files are stored in the DB. You can access it through Windows Explorer typing \\yourSharepointUrl\DavWWWRoot (if you have persmissions)


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Yes, there is a way. You need to use an SPQuery object (based on your SPView). Use the following PowerShell commands: $web = Get-SPWeb $($webUrl); $list = $web.Lists.get_Item($listName); $view = $list.Views[$viewName]; $spQuery = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPQuery($view) $spQuery.RowLimit = 0 $items = $list.GetItems($spQuery);


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You can use below mention code. It is used to show Context menu in other column apart from Title Column in SharePoint List. SPList list = site.RootWeb.Lists["Tasks"]; //Change the list name here SPField field = list.Fields["Priority"]; //Change the column name here field.ListItemMenu = true; field.ListItemMenuAllowed = SPField.ListItemMenuState.Required; ...


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Just fixed an issue like this at work. Had to re-create the user's Windows profile. He was able to see the documents in Chrome, but not Internet Explorer. He could also see them through IE when logged in on another computer so we knew it wasn't a permissions issue.


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I've had the problem many times and solved it quite easily. I don't know the root cause, but the solution is to create a new view. I only experienced this when creating a new list. Typically making a list from an Excel Export, and then adding a webpart of narrative content on top. I create a new view, and delete the old view. inserting an item into the ...


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I don't think there is a way to find out the view name but there are some things that you can do. 1) In the future, rename the web part title to match the view name. 2) To get the current view criteria: Open the page in Designer, click on the web part, in the code scroll down to "View Name..." and if there is a sort and/or filter on your view you will see ...


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Editing the web part by selecting "Edit the current view", will only apply to that web part on particular page. It will not affect your list's view. After editing your web part, you can see the Current view instead of "list view name" in selected view dropdown of the Edit Web Part pane.


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I assume you have proper user-groups setup. Filter with caml on user Groups in SharePoint designer like so: <Where> <Or> <Membership Type="CurrentUserGroups"> <FieldRef Name="AssignedTo"/> </Membership> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="AssignedTo"/> <Value ...


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As I can't stand my half answer in the comments.. I used TamperMonkey (the Chrome version of FireFox GreaseMonkey) to automate the manual proces. It detects the ViewEdit page, checks the darn checkbox, unchecks it if needed, and saves the View... But I misplaced the code :-( If you open those 300 Views in Tabs, Tampermonkey will fire on all and you ...


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While it is possible to create more views, when the web part is edited, the view drop-down is limited to the first 50 views created. Solution is to either edit the current view or in SP Designer, click on web part, then Filter, then adjust view criteria. Maximum number of views per document library in SharePoint 2013


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I was looking for a solution. But it really does not seem to be supported today through CSOM. Of course it is supported by SSOM, but I understand that is not an option in this scenario. A possible alternative would be to set the JSLink of view. And create some custom code. It looks like a complex and strange solution. I wanted to mention it anyway. Best ...



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