I want a web part which will display My Documents web part gives access to the user's home folder as though it was a document library in SharePoint. is there any way to do that
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Hi I want to display My Documents as a webpart, so who ever logs in to the site there my documents should be displayed as a webpart.
Is there any way to do this
When we open a document from the link of a Content Querry Webpart in the welcome page of the site , it ‘s a read only document,We don't have the edit button in the word
document, so the context is lost, we have to go to the Document Library , open it form their to have a normal behavior and the possibility to edit and save the document.
is there any way to open a document from Content Querry Webpart and be able to modify it?
I am adding buttons under shared documents.i am using vs2010 for that.now i am add custom webpart to the pite all buttons under the ribbon are disabled.
why all buttons under documents disabled when we add custom webpart to a share point site?
I'm trying to find a way to move to parent folder inside Shared Documents webpart .
this tutorial it's only mentioned the SharePoint-wide UP button, but is there a way to move to parent folder (of the document library, of course) inside the
non-maximized Shared Documents webpart?
i am new to asp.net programming i am trying to create an ms excel file with charts drawn in it,
i wrote the complete code for it but the it is saying
i have set the permissions to my complete disk space and all user accounts, and i tried with anti-virus disabling also it didnt work please try to help me out and my code is :
I've generated some PDF documents.But i like to merge all PDF documents to 1 PDF document, withouth saving it first.So i would like to have 10 byes ans bound them together if possible... But how?
Code i use right now:
////Then create new pdf file
string strMime = null;
string strEncoding = null;
string strfileNameExtentions = null;
string stream = null;
Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.Warning warnings = null;
bytes = rep.Render("PDF", null, out strMime, out strEncoding, out strfileNameExtentions, out stream, out warnings);
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