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Use this article to find about how to use PowerShell with SharePoint online. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fp161362(v=office.15).aspx Once this is done, you can use below to change the ModifiedBy etc $web=get-SPWeb "You Web URL" //Get a new object called $web to pick site $list=$web.Lists["Your List"] $replacedUser ...


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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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I found a solution here, it involves editing the Checkin.aspx page. This would affect every site collection in the farm, unless you wrap it in a feature. Open Windows Explorer to C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS. Locate the file "checkin.aspx" and make a copy in case there is a problem. Open ...


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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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I don't think there would be a way around. Because it seems that they have intentionally kept this feature and hence provided the Save Conflict popup to deal with the situation. Update : Using Page Layout you can hide it as follows. Wrap <b> <SharePoint:EncodedLiteral runat="server" ...


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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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There are many ways you can do this No Code Solution Create a page Add a content editor webpart Edit the content and add URL to the view using html a tags Using Server Object Model Create a visual webpart Get the SPList object and use the SPViewCollection property Using Client Object Model Add a content editor webpart Use below code clientContext ...



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