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Hi, I have a Document Library mapped to a drive letter. I am able to browse the drive through Windows Explorer. However when I try to save a document to the drive Word returns, 'Unable to connect to the Web server.' . I have been unable to find any
information regarding this error message. If I try to create a document in the Document Library through Windows Explorer and the mapped drive, I get a different error message: 'Unable to create the file 'New Microsoft Office Word Document.docx' There
is no user session key for the specified logon session.' After I click OKand refresh the directory, a 0 KB New Microsoft Word Document.docx file has been created. When that file is opened, it is in Read-Only mode.
Windows Server 2003 R2
Webclient service started
Signed into the Microsoft Online Services Sign in Application
IE configured through the sign in application
site added to the trusted sites in IE
Thank you again for your input.
I have a word document to be generated using ASP.Net/VB.net.
So I have a word document template saved as .mht file on the web server.
In my ASP.Net code,I read this mht file content and replace certain string line Description$$ with the actual description from the database.Then save this content as .doc file.
This works fine but shows a box symbol when I have smart quotes " (not this one as I cannot type it here.The double quote which you see in MS Word,the slanted double quote).
I dont know how to make my word doc generated, show the exact double quote as in MS word.
If any of you have any idea of this please reply.
I have an ASP intranet site which opens word documents from a shared network drive (link is stored in a DB). When the user then goes to save the document, it points the user to their default location - say C:\myprofile\my documents. How can i get it so that the user can just click on save and it saves it in the location it got the file from? I am using the following code to grab the document:
Response.AddHeader("Content-disposition", "attachment; filename=" & docfilename)
Response.ContentType = "application/vnd.ms-word"
If i navigate through the network share manually through windows, open the document and click save - it will save it to the right location.
We are using a WebBrowser control to display an MS Word document in a form. This was working fine for a long time, and now we tried to install this application in a new server. Now we are facing an issue. When we try to open the word document by using WebBrowserControl.Navigate
method, it is asking the Open/Save dialog box, which is typically displayed when we download a file. Then if the user clicks on
Open button, we are getting an error "Windows cannot find 'UsersTempFolder\1\Temp\MyDoc.DOCX'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Start button, and then click Search.". Please
note that UsersTempFolder\1\Temp\MyDoc.DOCX is NOT the path I have given in Navigate method. Also, if I click
Save in open/save dialog box, I can save to a location and open it.
I don't have direct access to this server, but if I can believe the words of support person, every configuration is set same as our old server. Here is the details.
.NET Framework 3.0
MS Office 2003
Internet Explorer 6 SP2.
Could any one please help me to solve this issue? Any help is very much appreciated. Please let me know if you need any other details.
I am receiving an error when trying to save a file from Word into SharePoint: "This file cannot be saved because some properties are missing or invalid"
I have got two different Content Types for this Document Library: "Policies" and "Procedures". Both documents have got exactly the same required fields, all required fields are displayed in the Document Information Panel. If I try to save a "Policy" the
saving process works fine, if I try to save a "Procedure" I get the above error.
It's as if the Procedure had an additional required field, but I cannot figure out where that would come from? If I go to manage the Content Types and check the list of fields, I can clearly see which fields are required and which aren't.
Is there something I am missing? Or could one Content Type be corrupt? If so, how do I fix it without messing up all the files that have already been posted using this Content Type?
I'm trying to find a solution to an issue I'm having with Word 2010/SharePoint 2010/ and IE 8 working (or rather not working) together.
I'm using Windows XP, and I have recently upgraded from Office 2007 to Office Pro 2010, in doing so, I can no longer open Word 2010 .doc or .docx files via our SharePoint site using IE8. I can however, open these files without a problem using
Chrome and Safari. I would prefer to use IE8, as it provides better functionality in other areas for SP.
I have tried the following:
- all steps either together or separate to no avail!
For a bit more detail - here's the error I'm receiving:
"Microsoft Word has encounted a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
AppName: winword.exe AppVer: 14.0.4734.1000 AppStamp:4b58fb0e<
I'm attempting to create a series of document libraries dedicated to tracking meeting minutes in sharepoint (word documents) for which I have some special needs and I haven't found a good way of going about it.
Basically the setup is that when a new meeting occurs the user would open the most recent meeting minute document from the library, change the date and than update the document with the current meetings information. Upon saving the document the default
document name should be dynamicaly built for the new meeting. The name should use the currently selected date (tag).
The question is where to assign this function and how. In word their doesn't appear to be a way (using word 2010) to default the document title (filename) property based on a tag (the date).
How would I go about setting up a default file name for a document in a sharepoint library?
I have installed a SharePoint Foundation 2010 in a Farm environment and installed Office Web Apps 2010. I have not been able to view Word documents or PowerPoint documents inside of the web browser. I can view Excel documents okay and I can edit a Word doc
in the browser.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what may be the problem?