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I have a newly installed Sharepoint Server 2010 (say,
http://spserver/) somewhere on our LAN on Windows Server 2008 R2. And I am working with Word 2010 on my Windows 7 machine. I have created a Document library somewhere in a subsite of the Sharepoint server (say,
Now, working with Word 2010 I want to simply save the document that I'm working into that document library Doclibrary. I go to Word 2010 backstage... and can't find anything there.
1) Save As? It only shows my file system...
2) Save & Send? I see there Save to Sharepoint. But Browse for Location button gives me nothing. If I press Save As here, I just get my file system again.
What should I configure on Sharepoint server or in my machine, so that I can save to my doclibrary with as few clicks as possible, just like I always did with my local file system.
I'm looking at migrating a 3rd party document library to SharePoint 2010. After reviewing the SDK, I have some questions.
First, would it be more feasible to use the Content Migration Library or the Document Management Library to perform the migration?
Second, regrading the creation of the .CMP file. I understand the .CMP file is simply a CAB file with relevant XML files stored inside. I guess my question is, how should I procuce this .CMP file? Should I use the CAB SDK or is there an alternative
SDK I should be using? And what compression should I be using etc.
I appreciate and feedback on this issue.