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You could require content approval and turn on track changes. (In Word 2013, you can require a password to turn off track changes.) Then the person who has to approve the document can accept or reject individual changes once the document comes to them. Or, there's a "collect feedback" workflow that will route a document for comments.


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What you're looking for is Information Rights Management implemented in SharePoint: https://blogs.office.com/2012/11/09/whats-new-with-information-rights-management-in-sharepoint-and-sharepoint-online/


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You could make a separate list (i'd use a discussion board) that ties to the document library through a lookup column to allow users to make comments/questions on a specific document. This separates the concerns of users having access to edit documents that they don't need to edit.


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You should initialize the ActiveXObject before page load and if possible put an alert to see if it's properly initialized or not. It can be a scenario where request is already processed before object is initialized. You can initialize the ActiveXObjectonce and reuse the EditDocumentproperty for different documents like this. ...


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You can put Iframe on your web part and assign document url to iframe url, or you can setup office app web server and you can display word as noraml on the browser by using this event when use click on the document onclick="return ...


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Looks like this feature is not supported but still you want their is one workaround for this but not supported .doing unsupported things generally equals "trouble", if not immediately, then later, so even if you can actually get this to work Read the reply from Peter Jamieson on Mail Merge from SharePoint 2013 ...


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The list of fonts in a word file is stored in an XML file called fonttable.xml. To get this file, you need to convert the word file into a package (zip file) and parse the contents of fonttable.xml. Note: You need to add 2 references: DocumentFormat.OpenXml.dll and WindowsBase.dll to your project for handling word processing. Following code handles ...


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That may be because your DLL hosting the code is deployed into the \bin folder and not into the GAC. GACed DLL have Full control, while \bin DLL have a limited set of permissions (that can be changed in a .config files). You can ensure your main DLL is deployed to GAC in Visual Studio: select the project in Visual Studio, and change the "Assembly ...


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You can use Wopiframe. For example: http://sharep.xxx:8080/sites/"site"/_layouts/15/WopiFrame.aspx?sourcedoc=%2Fsites%2F"site"%2FShared%20Documents%2FTitle%2Edocx&action=edit


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Problem is solved by installing newest updates (from 5. December 2015. to 15. December 2015.). I'm not sure but probably this update solved problem: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3023068


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Based on the comment, I am writing an alternative solution. Add ?web=1 or ?web=0 for open or download your document. web=0 means file will be downloaded when you hit this URL in browser. web=1 means file will be opened in browser using office online. Example Let's say your document URL is serverurl/Local Library/SharePoint 2013 Installation Guide.docx, ...


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You can do so in JavaScript using JSLink, this way, the field will be hidden only from forms. Check an example here: https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/office/Client-side-rendering-code-a52cf8a7


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Yes it works fine with Office 2013, I used the Enterprise keyword column, and it was ok. Seems like it's something with Word 2007 that's not compatible with this column type.


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Try to use * after entering the first characters of the file name.. They follow microsoft standard model. And in your library, you can only search for items who are Published, like 1.0, or 2.0. You can turn this option off, but it isn't advisable, because it can cause a lot of problems in the future.


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You can download them here: code.msdn.microsoft.com



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