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Why We can not open some Files like doc or excel in Sharepoint?

Hi, some users in sharepoint document librery can't open uploaded files. they must switch to explorer viwe and files. why? How we can fix it.

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Seems like these users have access to the side but haved limited access to the document library....seems to me authorization is the only problem...are you using sharepoint 2003??

many such problem do not occur in Moss 2007

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Adobe Reader . Could not open the file '\\dddd\xxxx.pdf'.


  1. Open your Web browser and go to PDF Tools (see Resources). Press "Enter" and wait for the website to load.
  2. Click the "Choose File" button. Select the corrupted PDF file in the prompt that appears, then click "Open." Click the button that says "Load PDF."
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Using Sharepoint Designer 2007 to check in multiple files


I had this issue recently in which our Sharepoint hosting provider migrated our data from Sharepoint 2003 to Sharepoint 2007. After the migration we found out that there's a lot of files on every document library which are checked out by default that means most of the users cannot view or utilize the file since it's being checked out by somebody else. It would be difficult to check in each file one by one. This is a guide on how to check in multiple files using Sharepoint Designer 2007 instead of checking in the files one at a time

Step 1
Go to a particularDocument Library --> Settings --> then select Manage Checkout

If there are checkout files then Take ownership of all files by clicking on Take Ownership of selection (see circled words on the screen shot) then click on Settings so we could create a new view

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Step 2
Once you've takenownership of all the files click on Settings.
On the Settings Menuclick on Create view.

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Step 3
On the view formatselect Datasheet view
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Step 4
Name the new view asCheck Out View
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Step 5
Additional parameters of this view would be to sort the column by checked out to. The objective is to bring up the checked out documents on the first page of the document library. Let's say if you a thousand document on this particular document library and it's not sorted you will end browsing all the pages just to locate all the checked out files.

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Step 6
Another additional parameter would be to select theoption on show all items without folders instead of looking for those checked out files on every folder.

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Step 7
Once all items are sorted do a test check in manually on the sharepoint page to check if all the items can be checked in all at once using Sharepoint Designer 2007. Click on the drop down arrow of a particular file then select Check in

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Step 8
If this page wouldshow up then all the items on the list can be checked in usingSharepoint Designer 2007.

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Step 9
Open the Document Library using Sharepoint Designer 2007 then navigate to the specified folder where the checked out files are located. Right click on the folder then select Check in.

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Step 10
When all checked out files has been selected it will show up this window. All files selected are now ready for check in. Click on OK to begin the check in process

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Step 11
During the check inprocess this window will show up every time an item is being checked in. Sometimes an error would also be encountered. Just click on OK to continue the process then check later on the Document Library on the remaining items that was not being checked in and determine the error.

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Just wait until all the files has been checked in by Sharepoint Designer 2007.

on Apr 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Sharepoint Designer ( Front Page ) is now free. From Microsoft Windows !!!


Sharepoint Designer is now free (no purchase) for everyone, total legally.

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You can now get Sharepoint Designer on the link above for free. Before this Microsoft (Windows) program was named "Front Page", maybe this sounds more familiar to you.

Sharepoint Designer is a complete tool for making web-sites, and the best of all, you do not need to have HTML knowlegde. Simply design your site as it was in a Word document (text document).

Here is more help to get for Sharepoint Designer :

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointdesigner/HA101680151033.aspx

and

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sharepointgeneral/thread/aaad9f02-7da1-430a-b36c-62092c80bff9


Hope you can use and enjoy your program, and of you can always get answers from Fixya Experts here.

Have a nice time over there

Please note, that on the download site (link above) you have the possibility to chance the language, that means it is very high possibility that Sharepoint Designer is also free in your language !!!

Here is the Sharepoint Designer in different languages, please check on the site, that they confirm that is free also in your language,(I have not the possibility to that because I do not know all the languages) note that is only some of the languages possibilities here under):

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on Mar 16, 2010 | Microsoft Office 2007 SharePoint Designer...

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Project 2010 - Unable to open file error


This is vital point which can be consider as workaround:
v Go to the document library in which project files resides
v Hover your mouse to any project file and select 'edit in Microsoft Office Project'
v It will give you a pop up by selecting the 'SharePoint drafts' option
v Click ok / you can do a check out also by selecting the 'SharePoint draft' option
v Now the document is in check out condition so go to the SharePoint drafts location on your machine (Location: \My Documents\SharePoint drafts)
v Open the document by means of draft location, do the changes and save it.
v Go back to the SharePoint site and check in the document.
v Changes will be successfully saved without any problems
Try to install this app Recovery Toolbox for Project
http://www.project.recoverytoolbox.com/
Here's one thread like yours. It could be useful for your, read http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/project/625-project-error-"an-import-error-occurred"

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On a Dell T5400 The Preboot System assessment gives a 2000-0146 error, saying that 'there are prevous errors in the log' I have run chkdesk and it did find errors and now all seems ok. But I s


Microsoft Sharepoint records its usage logs in diagnostic files.


Each of these logs can be maintained and used through the Windows graphical user interface.


Deleting a log erases its records permanently from your hard drive, but in turn frees disk space that can be used for other purposes.


Open your Start menu and type "Sharepoint" in the search programs and files box.


Click "SharePoint Portal Server Central Administration" and press "Enter."


Click "Server Name" where "Server Name" is the name of your server, then click "Configure diagnostic settings."


Click "View Diagnostic Logs," then select the log you'd like to modify.


Click "Delete" on the toolbar, then click "Yes."

Your log is now deleted.


Hope this helps.



Nov 20, 2012 | Dell Precision T5400/ T5500/ T7400/ T7500...

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7 tips we've learned in setting up and using our team Web site.


In this article, I'm going to give you 7 tips we've learned in setting up and using our team Web site. These tips can help you get up and running productively as quickly as possible with your site.

Note: Windows SharePoint Services is a great, and underused, tool for managing teams and team projects. You can use it to create a team Web site to track objectives and projects, as well as have a central location for storing and collaborating on documents.


Example of a team Web site created with Windows SharePoint Services.

1. Create folder names that are clear and consistent

Organize site folders by whatever makes the most sense for your team. The key is to be clear and, above all, consistent. For example you could choose to organize:

* By department
* By objective
* Alphabetically
* By clients
* By project

We also create a new Document Library folder in SharePoint for each project. We can store all of our files related to a project in a Document Library. This not only helps keep our files organized, but makes it easier if a project is reassigned for the new owner to take ownership of all the associated materials.

2. Develop standards for naming files

Decide as a team how you want to name your files. For example, you can insist that a date be attached to each file, or that the person who created the file put their initials in the file name. Also, you can take advantage of the fact that you can use long file names for files and SharePoint folders. Be sure to publish your naming structure so that everyone on the team knows what it is. Above all, be consistent in reinforcing and using this naming convention. This is critical. We’ve found that if you don’t, your team won’t know how find files and therefore won’t use the site effectively.

3. Keep only the latest versions of files

Develop an archive folder system for keeping previous versions of files for historical or version control needs. We keep only one current version in our “active” folders. This clears up any possible confusion over which version of a document should be used, particularly when your team members download files to their computer to work on while they're traveling or working out of their office.

If your team members do copy files onto their computers, you need to take extra precautions to ensure you only have the most current versions of their files on the team Web site. If team members keep versions of files on their computer, they should change the file name. That way, if they upload the file at a later date, they will not overwrite something on the team Web site that might have been edited in the meantime.

4. Give clear ownership of each section of the team Web site

Give each folder a single owner who can add files to it. We find that this ensures the integrity of naming and file structures within each section of the team Web site. Multiple people may edit documents in various folders, but we make sure no one else uploads new documents or creates new folders inside a folder owned by someone else.

5. Check out and check in files

You will probably have a number of files (like sales data) that are accessed and edited by several team members. While SharePoint won’t allow multiple people to save an open file, it is possible for a person to open a file while someone else is editing it. Unless the file is checked out, you run the risk of more than one person working on the same file. One or more people may end up doing work that can't be properly saved. And if a user doesn’t check the file back in, then others can’t access it. Learn how to:


Make sure you check out files on your team Web site before working on them.

6. Clearly describe folder contents

As people on the team change, they will need to know what they can expect to find in different Document Library folders. Because we include a clear description of each folder, the new team member knows what's in each folder and can find the documents they need to get up to speed a lot faster. This has been really useful to us when an account grows large enough that we add another consultant to the team. We also modify the descriptions when we complete a project. We designate the library as containing archive information rather than active information.

Clearly describe each folder in your Document Library.

To put in a detailed description of a Document Library:

1. Click on the Document Library you want to edit.
2. In the Document Library you want to edit, in the left navigation, click Modify Settings and Columns.
3. On the Customize page, in the General Settings section, click Change General Settings.
4. This takes you to the Document Library Settings page, In the Name and Description section, type in the description of the folder. Click OK.

7. Link to files in SharePoint folders

When you're working on a project, it’s easy to just insert a file from the team Web site into an e-mail. By sending out different versions of the same file, however, you could end up with multiple versions of the same document. It's far more reliable to just insert a link to the document in your e-mail. You can also put links to SharePoint documents into a task in Microsoft Office Outlook, or into an appointment on your calendar.

If you store multiple copies of a file on your team Web site, it's also easy for one copy of the file to get modified and leave the others out of date. Instead, we make sure we only have one version of a document and link to it from other places when necessary.

To put a link to file on your team Web site into any Microsoft Office document:

1. Locate the document you want to create a link for. Put your cursor over the document name until the file name turns red.
2. Right-click on the red file name and in the drop-down menu and click Copy Shortcut.
3. With your mouse cursor in the body of your task, appointment, contact, documents folder, or in another file, right-click and click Paste. This will paste the link. When you click on the link, it will open the actual document.

Put links to documents on your team Web site rather then putting different versions in multiple locations.

To put a link to file on your team Web site into another part of the Web site:

1. Locate the document you want to create a link for. Put your cursor over the document name until the file name turns red.
2. Right-click on the red file name and in the drop-down menu and click Copy Shortcut.
3. Navigate to the folder you want to include the link in. Click New Document. SharePoint will open a new document called "template.htm" in Microsoft Word.
4. Paste the shortcut into the new document. Select all of the text and right click on it.
5. Click Hyperlink... and type in the text you want in the Text to display box (for example, "Click here to see the final version of this presentation.") Click OK.
6. Save the file. When anyone opens this file, clicking the link will take them to the current version of the referenced file.

I hope sharing some of the lessons we’ve learned will help you get a head start on your own team Web site.

on Dec 28, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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There are a lot of scanning tools which can integrate with Sharepoint. You can find them in http://scanningwithsharepoint.wordpress.com/ . You can scan your document and send it to your sharepoint library with these tools.

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Trying to convert front page 2003 to word. We are going to changeover to sharepoint and I need to convert around 7000 html to word. What is the best way to do this?


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Hi..seems you are trying to edit SharePoint Portal sites using frontpage...open the same using sharepoint designer and with proper administrator credentials..(usually it prompts when you connect to server using a client machine)...All changes done to the application files are then committed on the server- end and will work absolutey fine../

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