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I've just read these two questions:

but I would like to be sure that nothing has changed and that I even can't set version number of a document in SPO via CSOM or PowerShell, can anyone help me?

Thanks in advance.

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As the Mohamed said El-Qassas from the link, it's not possible to set the document version number manually in all SharePoint versions.

Workaround: Try to delete the versions until reach to the desired version.

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  • Yes, I think so, maybe by a PowerShell script I'll repeat "check in" and "check out" operations and at the end I'll delete the previous versions. – Emanuele Lacopo Oct 2 '19 at 11:56
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Nothing changed because this would be against the concept of versioning. If you need a controlled Versionnumber create a field where you can freely choose a value.

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  • It's a solution I considered but, in my case, it is not suitable but thanks for your advice. As for "the concept of versioning": if a document has a previous history SPO doesn't allow to show this information to users, maybe SPO should be more flexible. – Emanuele Lacopo Oct 2 '19 at 12:08

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