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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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For technical documentation, a wiki is much better, as you can easily interlink documents, add customization, and create a much better user interface. Word documents can be frustrating for technical documents especially for code snippits and things like API's. Wikis can handle code and structured formatting while word / pdf documents are well...documents. ...


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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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i am assuming you have SharePoint 2013, You need the Office web Apps installed and configure in order to open the word/office documents in Browser. Once installed, office documents will be opened in web apps by default - you can change it by activating site collection feature called "Open Documents in Client Applications by Default". After this setup, users ...


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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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Another option is to create a OneNote notebook in SharePoint and then let your team use that for a lot of their documentation. It is synchronized between SharePoint to their local PCs so the content is available to the team members even when they are offline. Offline updates are sync'd into SharePoint the next time they are online OneNote's structure is ...


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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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It may depend on how you do it and what browser you are using. If you use "Save As", there is no link to the server maintained. If you are not using IE, your browser probably downloaded a local copy (again with no link to the server). If you check-out and opt to "work with local copy", then i believe the link is maintained.


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One of the core functions of sharepoint's document libraries is just that! Store the Templates in the Forms folder within the library, allow multiple content types, and associate the templates to various content types. Here's some links to get you started. Welcome to sharepoint! ...


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According to Microsoft, here's the answer: In Office 2013 it is by design that the “Use my local drafts folder” functionality has been removed for Office 2013. This step has been done in order to improve the Client/Server communication by removing some of the redundant network calls generated by this process. In order to get office files synchronized with ...


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There is an add-on of IE called “SharePoint OpenDocuments Class”, and if it’s disabled or not existing, the “use your local drafts folder” window will not pop up. So please check this add-on of IE and enable it. If the add-on does not exist, you can install it and also here is another workaround: if you want to use the local drafts folder, just open Office ...


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You can convert your aspx page to doc file programmatically, I have created a simple web part that contain just a hyperlink by clicking on it you current page will be downloaded as word document file. Convert html to doc file public void PrintPage(string pageHtmlContent) { Context.Response.Clear(); Context.Response.Charset = ""; ...


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In Microsoft Word, Click File -> Open, then in the file name address bar, paste the url of the web page you want to open in Word. That is all you can do. AFAIK, there is no other way.


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We had the same problem. Word crash on inserting the "comments" quickpart into a blank document. And no being able to save document with multi line quickparts already being present due to the text being in the "wrong" format. (not allowing newlines) We removed two updates. KB2760769. Removing this one fixed the crashing word issue on inserting the ...


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Lookup columns are special and require special interaction, please read this excerpt from MSDN: function addNewSale(employeeId, salesachieved, customer, description) { // Get the current context var context = new SP.ClientContext.get_current(); // Get the web var web = context.get_web(); // Get the Sales list ...



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