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Follow the steps... Check out the word document in SharePoint. Open the document in MS-Word for editing. Modify the document and go to File TAB. There you will find "Check In" & "Discard Check Out" buttons.


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You can use OpenXML sdk for creating word documents. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd440953(v=office.12).aspx Instead of saving the document, you should create it using a MemoryStream and use that Stream while uploading the document to the library. Here is a similar thread that discuss this approach


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Unfortunately this would not be possible. Those pages do not use the master page and the only way to get custom code to those is with an App for Office. Those, however, wouldn't load the Google Analytics tracking code on every page request. If this were on-premise, you could do some custom stuff in IIS to make it happen. But there isn't anything you can ...


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It's not possible since the permission Approve Items comes with a dependency to the following permissions: Edit Items View Items View Pages Open Source: User permissions and permission levels in SharePoint 2013


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You can try : Library settings -> Imformation management policies settings -> select document from content Types -> Check the checkbox to enable labels and type {version} in Label Format. http://smackwagondesign.com/how-to-add-the-sharepoint-version-number-to-a-word-document/


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Resources Windows 7 OS, InfoPath Designer 2013, Character Map, Notepad Preparation In InfoPath Designer, we want to make sure we can see the panes for Fields and Rules on the left. To show the Fields task pane, click the Show Fields button at the very left of the DATA tab on the ribbon. To show the Rules task pane, click the Manage Rules button at the ...


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Below code created a CreateDocument method which will create a new document and and will add some text into it. It then calls AddToSharePoint method which will add the newly created document to the “Shared Documents” library of SharePoint. public void CreateDocument(string docName) { using (MemoryStream memStream= new MemoryStream()) { // Create a ...


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Take a Look to the sharepointwikiplugin Project on Codeplex. I'm using this to convert our Word Documention in Sharepoint Wiki pages. https://sharepointwikiplugin.codeplex.com/ (Note that I am the creator of the plugin)


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It could be because the user might have higher access level in the parent site and you may have inherited the permissions from the parent site. If you want unique permission, you need to stop inheriting permissions from the parent site.


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Open Word 2013->FILE->Account. Check whether the current account under User Information is the affected user with Read permission. If not, click Switch Account to sign into the proper account. Check each account in the list after you click Switch Account to make sure there's no account with permissions to sync data back to SharePoint Online. If yes, you can ...


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a. Create a new Permission Level copied from "Read" permission b. Remove "View Versions" option from the new permission level c. Set that new permission level to the users or groups Following are the steps... Go to the Site Collection > Top level Site > Site Settings > Site Permissions Click on "Permission Levels" from Ribbon > Permission Tools > Manage ...


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I am afriad, you cant get this done. Their is no such OOTB functionality in SharePoint which allow tag/anchor/bookmark url within a document. You can try to create index/ table of content in the document and user can browse it after opening the document.


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No need for custom code required - use SharePoint Designer 2013 ONLY. What you can do is, using SharePoint Designer 2013, create a Workflow that uses the data from a List to create an item in a Library. You create a document library with the same fields as the list, and the workflow creates the item in the document library and passes over the values of the ...


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My suspicions were correct: the mismatch between Get-SPWOPIZone and the WopiZone of the Get-SPWopiBinding seemed to cause the error - everything needed to be internal-http. I followed the article here to remove and then recreate the bindings and Word started working (funny that Excel and Visio worked before but Word didn't!): Resolution: Remove the link ...


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There is no "Publish" you just save the document and it will default to the source Library. If they edit it in the browser it will save back to the Library as well. The user has to have sufficient permissions to perform the task, in this case they need Edit rights.


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You can use the SharePoint workflow functionality from SharePoint designer to do this: Create a custom list that stores you info Create a document library, set its default document to the word template you want to use Edit the word template form the document library (Remeber that you need the same columns as in your custom list, I suggest using the same ...


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You need to install Microsoft Office 2010: Primary Interop Assemblies on the machine you're deploying; here is a link to Office 2010 in-case you're using Office 2010-> http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=3508


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If you need to use IE and prefer Chrome, you can use add-in called "IE Tab". Url: IE Tab You can also use it to login to SP using 2 different users.


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When you open the document that you have pulled off the SharePoint server (as that normally by default causes the DIP to open) and save the document or template to your machine, you just need to run the inspection function within word (I image the same exists for excel etc). In word 2007 this is on the path Office Icon > Prepare > Inspect Document. Select ...



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