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One method that I have seen is to use the publishing features of Word to publish the document to a Sharepoint wiki. Once published, the HTML is taken from the blog and pasted into the wiki page. This is found by going to the File tab, Share, and using the Post to Blog option. Users accessing your wiki pages need to have read access on the blog to be able to ...


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Third-party software is needed to convert a word document directly to a wiki (Convert Word Documents to Wiki Pages). Another option you might consider is embedding the Word documents directly into pages with a script editor and an iframe, but you would have long loading times for documents as large as you're dealing with. Pictures have to be copied ...


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You could do that with some custom development (I would suggest aspose for .net, see http://www.aspose.com/ - not free but awesome.) Not out of the box - there are components for that, too. See http://www.aspose.com/sharepoint/pdf-component.aspx Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with aspose :)


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I'm not using Visual Studio, but when working with QuickParts and copying / moving documents between document libraries, the SourceID property on the field must be the same for the quick parts to persist. Try setting this property to something fixes - like the name of your project. Field schema reference at msdn.microsoft.com


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Hello Spideynok and welcome to SharePoint Stack Exchange. The simple answer to your question, is that you can indeed access documents without having the Microsoft Office Suite installed using "Office Web Apps". Please see the TechNet link below, which will guide you in setting up and viewing some videos on the functionality. Per Microsoft, When used ...


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I have found this solution on stack overflow site , which indeed helped me to resolve problem where i try to open a document at my workplace with Office 2010 documents on Sharepoint. The original link is also posted at the end of my post. On the client computer experiencing the issue click on "RUN" then type "RegEdit". go to this path ...



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