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Day job: IT support to CENTRIM and Brighton Business School – four days per week at Freeman Centre on University of Sussex campus, one day at Mithras House on University of Brighton campus.


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awarded  Scholar
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accepted With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
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revised How can you move a document with its version history to a new library?
Key points from the home page of the project.
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suggested suggested edit on How can you move a document with its version history to a new library?
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answered With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
Oct
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revised With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
A more distinctive title for the question.
Oct
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comment With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
If Microsoft's normal web interface to SharePoint lacks this functionality – if as an end user (not a SharePoint administrator) I can not move a folder – that simple answer "can't be done" may be acceptable.
Oct
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comment With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
With SharePoint (not with third-party add-ons). I clarified the question.
Oct
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revised With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
Without Microsoft Windows. Without add-ons to SharePoint; OOTB.
Oct
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awarded  Editor
Oct
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revised With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
Without Microsoft Windows.
Oct
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comment With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
Without Microsoft Windows– with the web interface only. I'll add to the question.
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awarded  Student
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asked With Microsoft's web interface alone – without third party products – can an end user move a folder in SharePoint Server 2010?
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comment Open files in MS-Office client app on Mac rather than download to local drive
Voted up but (as you note) there are limitations. The inability of Microsoft Document Connection to copy or move a folder from OS X may be most disappointing to users who are accustomed to working with folders, so I'd prefer file system integration.
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awarded  Supporter
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answered Open files in MS-Office client app on Mac rather than download to local drive
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awarded  Autobiographer