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Adding to Published links to Office client applications via code

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

For a current sharepoint 2007 moss project it would be nice to automatically put certain document libraries into the word save as menu for certain users.

This can be achieved using Published links to Office client applications.

To automate this it would be nice to develop a script that automatically a link into Published links to Office client applications based on the document library security. 

The web service PublishedLinksService only has method .GetLinks and I cannot see anything in the object model.

If anyone knows if this can (or definately cannot) be done then the guidance would be very much appreciated.

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