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Solved: Office SharePoint Server 2007

Q: Solved: Office SharePoint Server 2007

I have no experience using or maintaining this or any other version of SharePoint.

I would like to know if anyone out there has any good info to pass on that would help me to understand the concept of SharePoint as well as common practices of maintaining it.
I have gone thru the training tutorial from MS, but it only shows the 'Good' about SharePoint. I would like to know what to expect from the install all the way to the daily maintenance.

Thanks for any advice or help.

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Hi all
can you tell me if it is possible or not to use Office web App server 2013 alone without going through SharePoint, Lync, or exchange 2013?
Let me explain:
in a society where there is an infrastructure SharePoint, Lync and exchange 2013 with office web app server 2013, is a user that does not have office on his Computer, can open office (word excel..) document, bypassing SharePoint, Lync and exchange?
If it is possible thanks to guide me on how I can find nothing on the net...
Thanks

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Hello everyone,
I realize the huge gap between MS Office 2016 and Sharepoint 2007 so obviously, there will be some compatibility issues. So this is more of a general question than a problem.
 
Does anyone know of a way that I can have MS Office 2016 work with Sharepoint 2007? I'm able to navigate through Sharepoint and everything. I'm able to open documents. However, it seems after I edit a document, I can't save it/upload it to Sharepoint, whether I have the document checked out or not.
 
If there really isn't a way, it's not big deal. I have a Windows 7 desktop that I currently remote into that has Office 2010 installed that works the way I need it to.
 
Windows 10
Sharepoint 2007
MS Office 365 (2016 installed)

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My company (day job) runs a series of Sharepoint 2007 sites, but everyone's computer still runs Office 2003. I've been getting a lot of complaints recently (since the upgrade to Sharepoint 2007) that users can't "save" documents that they have downloaded from the Sharepoint server back to the server.

I have determined that this is because they are not "Checking Out" the file before editing it.

I am running a copy of Office 2007, and I can just click on the file name, and I am prompted to "edit" or "read" the file. With Office 2003, users are not prompted for this.

Is there a way to force Office 2003 to prompt a user to choose between editing a file or just reading it when they click on the file?

I know the users can click the arrow next to the file name to check it out, and then click the file name, but with a complete roll-out of Office 2007 still at least a year away, users aren't going to want to do this.
 

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While working through patching our servers, there are several servers that MBSA is reporting that patches are missing:
MS13-002  Security Update for Microsoft Office 2007 suites (KB2687499)
MS11-073  Security Updates for Microsoft Office 2007 System (KB2584063)
2526310  Microsoft Office Access Runtime and Data Connectivity 2007 Service Pace 3
The servers are running Windows 2012 R2 and were patched this week with the current May, 2018 patches.

I downloaded the items to WSUS.  WSUS reports that 0 computers need these.

Any idea why these are showing up and/or how to ignore them?
Thanks

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So I've looked everywhere for an answer to this and it all comes up crickets.

I'm trying to uninstall the WSS Support from my installation of Office 2007 Pro, but no matter what I do it doesn't uninstall. Apparently only one other person in all of Google-land has experienced this, but I imagine it's a relatively uncommon use case. Anyway, I'm running XP SP3 in case it matters. The only thing I haven't tried is a complete uninstall/reinstall; it's too time-consuming to justify viz. my need to remove the component (it's for testing).

Please tell me someone at TSG knows what I'm talking about and has run into this before; I feel like a total novice at the moment.

chris.
 

A:Uninstalling Windows SharePoint Services Support from Office Pro 2007

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nothin'?

chris.
 

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Greetings. I'm planning a migration from filenet to sharepoint 2007. At this point, I'm trying to make a build/buy decision on whether I should write something to assist me or if there is a tool already available.

I am not looking for consulting services which are very common in my google searches.

Please let me know if you've heard of anything and I'll post back if I find something as well.

Thanks!
 

A:Solved: FileNet > SharePoint 2007

Dockit looks like it does the job...but pricey for a one off migration.
 

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Hello,

When I try to open a 2007 Word or Excel document I recieve as an attachment in Outlook 2003, I get the following message:
"This action is only valid for products that are currently installed". Office 2007 compatibility pack was installed and it still did not work.

I then uninstalled Office 2003, uninstalled the Office 2007 compatibility pack and then I ran CCleaner to clean up the registry. I updated my OS (currently has Windows XP SP3) with all updates, reinstalled Office 2003, installed Office 2003 SP 3 and then reinstalled the Office 2007 compatibility pack.

I still get the same message when I try to open an Office 2007 attachment in Outlook 2003.

OS is Windows XP SP3 fully updated
Office 2003 SP 3 fully updated

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for any hel on this issue.

Feral Geek
 

A:Solved: Cannot open Office 2007 documents even with Office 2007 compatibility pack in

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Is there anyone here who knows the in's and out's of Project Server 2007. I am stuck trying to gain access to sites created either thru a browser or Project Pro 2007.
I did the Basic install, which installed and created a new site after installation. It installed SQL express, SharePoint Services, and made the changes to IIS. I am now at the point where I can log on to the default site created PWA (Project Web Access). What I would like to finally get to is create a site called "company name" and be able to connect to it with either Project Pro 2007 or thru Web Access.
I have gone thru MS sites for the past week, and I even bought a book. All say to do what I have already done, but I still can not get Project Pro to even connect to the default site.

Any help or ideas, would greatly be appreciated.
Thanks
 

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Hi Folks...

Im running office communication server 2007 R2 (OCS07R2) in my organization. All going fine.
I just need to track the login and logout times for office communicator of my users. (On server)

Any Help ????
 

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Hello,
 
 
I have Windows XP Professional with service Pack 2 Operating System. I am trying to install MS Office 2007 which support Windows XP service Pack 2. But it is not able to install. It gives an message:"There are no products affected by this package Installed on this system".   
 
Please help me how do I install MS Office 2007 or MS Office 2010.
 
 
Regards,
sandeep

A:Not Able to install ms office 2007 into Windows XP Professional server pack 2

Hello, and welcome to Bleeping Computer. Firstly you should definitely have Service Pack 3 installed for Windows XP. And speaking of service packs, you're not mistakenly using a Service Pack for MS Office as your source media are you? The statement regarding no products affected by this package sounds like an error message produced by a Service Pack that has not found installed software to update.

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Can anyone tell me how to re-install Microsoft Office? I've just had to do a complete re-install of Windows XP Media Center 2005 Edition (as a parallel, repair function was not working on the original version) after a blue screen error nightmare followed by issues with the keyboard and mouse not being recognized. Those issues are now resolved and I was able to keep my data. I see everything in the system has been restored except Microsoft Office 2007. I can see the files but cannot access the actual program. My word and excel files are there but I cannot open them without the program. I do have the Application and Drivers & Utilities CD's (DELL Dimension E520). Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Karen

A:[SOLVED] Need to re-install MS Office 2007 in Windows XP - (actually Office 2003)

You need the Office 2007 installation cd . . If it came with the PC, Dell should have included it in the package of cd's with the system

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Hello - I own multi-user version of Microsoft Office 2007 Pro and in May 2012 purchased a new ASUS A54C-TS91 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium and Office 2010 Starter Edition. I need Powerpoint and Outlook in addition to Excel and WORD. I tried to install the entire app. assuming certain "limited" components of 2010 would be overwritten with the "better"/more robust 2007 - however, while it appears Office 2007 Pro loaded properly and is shown in Control Panel with proper date as installed, there is no file size listed...... I have read several similar posts but wanted to provide specific details for my situation. Anyone have a similar issue - what is best solution? (i am a newbie to the group, so hope I didn't make a faux pas in relating my story). Any guidance is welcomed and appreciated. Minky
 

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Hi Everyone,

First thank you in advanced for reading this ;)

At work we are developing a documentation management system, using a combination of Microsoft or Microsoft Dependant Techlogies.

This Means:
For the server
SharePoint 2007
Sql Server 2005
K2 BlackPerl

For the Client
Windows XP or Vista
IE 6 or IE7
InfoPath 2007 (to run the infopath formularies loaded from sharepoint)
Office 2007

Everything is working fine, except for a anonying detail, when a client user runs a infopath formulary IE 6/7 gives a warning message and asks if the user want's to save the formulary or run it.

We would like to remove this security feature from IE 6/7 for our internal network.

How can we do this ? has far as i can see there is nothing visible that i can play with in IE 6/7, is there any registry thing to change ?

PS: we need to run infopath on the client machine because the forms are very complicated and will not run (with all the features) on the sharepoint infopath services.

Any help would be great
Miguel Angelo

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I do not like the Microsoft Office 2007 and want to go back to my old Office and Outlook Express (don't like the new Outlook mail program either). Can I do this?
 

A:Solved: Office 2007 back to Office 2004

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I have Excel 2000 installed, but need to install Excel 2007 also. Is it possible for me to have both of them installed, but keep 2000 as my default?
 

A:Solved: Install Office 2007 with Office 2000

I followed the instructions here and it workred:

http://msgroups.net/microsoft.public.excel.misc/Change-default-to-Excel-2000-when-2007-installed
 

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Hello
I currently have Office 2003 Student full version installed on my computer. I have received Office Professional Plus 2007 Student media version. Do I need to uninstall Version 2003 prior to installing 2007 or will installation of version 2007 automatically uninstall version 2003. Does all the information in my .pst file convert as necessary for use in Outlook 2007. There are two discs, one called "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007" and the other one called "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007 (Microsoft Office Communicator 2007". I'm guessing that the disk with the shorter title "Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007" would be the correct one to install. What is the second disk with Communicator? My system is Windows XP SP2, AMD Athlon 64X2 Dual Core Processor, 3800+ 1.99 Ghz 2GB Ram.
Thanks
Steve Rehmann
 

A:Solved: Installing Office 2007 over Office 2003??

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Hi all.
Is it possible to run MS Office 2003 and MS office 2007 on the same machine.
I teach I.T. and many of my students, as well as the school computer labs have office 2003. For this reason I need 2003 on my machine.
That said I also am seen as the computer guru by fellow collegues, so often find myself sorting out their computer problems or giving advice on how to merge tables in word or create mark shedules in excel. Many of them have 2007, which is very different. Thus running 2007 seems like a good idea.
So is it possible to have both versions running on the same machine?
At this point I am using windows XP - tablet edition.
 

A:Solved: Run Office 2003 and office 2007 on the same machine?

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After installing and updating Office 2007 application for Vista 32 bit, upon opening Outlook, I continue to get an error message about repairing the pst.exe file. I know how to do the repair, however, I cannot locate the .pst file as Outlook will not open. A simple search does not locate the file, and the file is not residing where is should reside.

Thanks!

Jo
 

A:Solved: Office 2007 Office .pst file issue!

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Hello I have a question that hopefully is pretty simple. I have been tasked with taking down our Sharepoint intranet site but I did not create this site and I do not know how to "turn it off"
I do have access to Sharepoint 3.0 Central Administration but I did not see anywhere in there to shut the site down. I don't want to delete it just turn it off for a while.
Any ideas?

Thanks,
Richard F.
 

A:Sharepoint 2007

If it's on it's own dedicated server you could just shut down the tin?

From what I've been able to find:

Start > Admin Tools > Services

You have to stop the following;
1. Windows SharePoint Services Administration
2. Windows SharePoint Services Timer
3. Windows SharePoint Services Tracing
4. Windows SharePoint Services VSS Writer
5. Office SharePoint Server Search (if you are running MOSS)

Alternatively, if you like using PowerShell -> http://blog.webtechy.co.uk/blog/_archives/2010/7/13/4577416.html
 

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hi all i have a genuine 07 office pro that i am trying to install, i have previously tried a beta version and have also had office pro 2003 version on my laptop

when i start the cd it starts to initialize then says office 07 cannot install as previous version of 07 have been found uninstall before continuing

i have gotten rid of all traces that i can find through the registry in safe mode with uninstaller pro but i still get the same error

i am running media center with an upgrade to vista premium
 

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Application: SharePoint 2007

Problem: IE 6 requires an additional log in to get information. When link is clicked, user is asked to provide user name, password, and domain to the server, where SharePoint is loaded. Whereas IE 7 does not. All users have permission to view information.

Help:

A:IE 6 not working with SharePoint 2007

so whats the problem?

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A few days ago, I purchased a new Toshiba Satellite laptop with 4 gig of memory and a 500 gig HDD and running Windows 7 and Office 2007 Enterprise. I am a consulting contractor working on a project for a company that has Windows XP and Office XP on all their machines. I have to be able to work in the XP environment to accomplish my tasks. Can Office XP be put on my laptop along with Office 2007? And if so, what steps do I have to take to do that?
 

A:Solved: Can Office 2007 and Office xp be put on the same computer?

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Hi,

I'm looking at controlling my organisations contracts (circa 500 docuemnts) and I've been told the Microsoft SharePoint is able to provide this service.

Is this a simple process to design? a lot of the info on the microsoft site doesnt make much sense.

Alternatively does anyone else know of a contract managemenet solution that can be purchased off the shelf in the UK?
 

A:Contract Management with SharePoint 2007

Hi

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 is a suite of collaborative and content management tools that can be deployed within an organisation to collaborate on and manage enterprise content; and therefore out-of-the-box, it does not provide any kind of niche or specialist functions, like Contract Management.

However, my company has recently begun the development process to create a comprehensive Contract Lifecycle Management solution on top of the MS SharePoint platform.

We are looking for early reference customers and would be willing to work with you throughout the development process and provide our solution to you at a favourable rate in return for your feedback and endorsement.

If this is of interest to you, please e-mail us at [email protected]

Regards, Neil Quinby
 

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My company is lookin go to implement a full service intranet using Sharepoint an Office 365 licenses and I don't know where to begin. We currently use Sharepoint but it's poorly organized and I have a HR person telling me there's a company that could get us up and running soon but the investment is $30-40k minimum using templated from spmarketplace.com.
 
If anyone could give me some guidance or places to look, I would greatly appreciate this. We want to be able to have HR, Acct, IT, and a central communication maybe using Yammer(I've been trying on Slack lately). 
 
Thanks again!

A:Sharepoint/Intranet/Office 365 Help

Bulldawg23,
 
Full disclosure: We are a consulting that specializes in Intranets and SharePoint. But I'll give you an objective answer. $30-40k would be a pretty small investment, IF you want it to be successful long-term. We have done hundreds of implementations and speak frequently on the causes of project failure. In fact, 60% of our new proposals are actually to companies who already have SharePoint and are coming back to us for project rescue, or what we now call CPR. This is 60% of our work, so ye, the failure trend is alive and well. I say all of that to say that it doesn't have to fail, but as a rule of thumb, we put 80% of the investment (time) into what we call planning and control. We call this our 40/20/40 principle. 40% on planning, 20% on technology implemention and 40% on control of the project.
 
The technology "configuration" will be the easy part. It's understanding your audience (PEOPLE) - the users, personas, how they work today, how they prefer to work tomorrow, etc. You want whatever you build to be "in the flow." In other words, it shouldn't be yet another system...it should be friction-free and easy, and a part of their normal routine and flow of their day. This drives adoption, which drives engagement, which drives sharing and collaboration, which drives innovation, ...and it goes on and on.  In short: If you build a great Intranet with all the bells and whistles, and no one uses it (or uses it very little), then what's the ROI? Zero. R... Read more

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My company is lookin go to implement a full service intranet using Sharepoint an Office 365 licenses and I don't know where to begin. We currently use Sharepoint but it's poorly organized and I have a HR person telling me there's a company that could get us up and running soon but the investment is $30-40k minimum using templated from spmarketplace.com.
 
If anyone could give me some guidance or places to look, I would greatly appreciate this. We want to be able to have HR, Acct, IT, and a central communication maybe using Yammer(I've been trying on Slack lately). 
 
Thanks again!

A:Sharepoint/Intranet/Office 365 Help

Bulldawg23,
 
Full disclosure: We are a consulting that specializes in Intranets and SharePoint. But I'll give you an objective answer. $30-40k would be a pretty small investment, IF you want it to be successful long-term. We have done hundreds of implementations and speak frequently on the causes of project failure. In fact, 60% of our new proposals are actually to companies who already have SharePoint and are coming back to us for project rescue, or what we now call CPR. This is 60% of our work, so ye, the failure trend is alive and well. I say all of that to say that it doesn't have to fail, but as a rule of thumb, we put 80% of the investment (time) into what we call planning and control. We call this our 40/20/40 principle. 40% on planning, 20% on technology implemention and 40% on control of the project.
 
The technology "configuration" will be the easy part. It's understanding your audience (PEOPLE) - the users, personas, how they work today, how they prefer to work tomorrow, etc. You want whatever you build to be "in the flow." In other words, it shouldn't be yet another system...it should be friction-free and easy, and a part of their normal routine and flow of their day. This drives adoption, which drives engagement, which drives sharing and collaboration, which drives innovation, ...and it goes on and on.  In short: If you build a great Intranet with all the bells and whistles, and no one uses it (or uses it very little), then what's the ROI? Zero. R... Read more

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Hi, you can use OneDrive for Business with Office 2013 ProPlus, not having a SharePoint account?
Thank you

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I have an Access db that updates a large number of sharepoint lists (over 800). The lists that it updates are on a large number of workspaces that are always changing.

Right now the database uses the DoCmd.TransferSharePointList to link to the sharepoint lists one at a time, then deletes the table after it's updated. This causes a lot of bloating and slows down the database until it's nearly unusable.

I would like to find a way to simply change the sharepoint list that the tables are linked to instead of constantly creating and deleting new tables. Is this possible? Maybe there's a way that will reduce the bloating?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

A:Access 2007 Updating Sharepoint Lists

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Hi,we are using the HP digital sending service software in our company version  5.04.03.598.I run the configuration utility -->workflow-->scan to document--> add form, after doing this i am able to connect to our on premises SharePoint 2013 environment but not to the Office 365 SharePoint environment.basically when i verify access it completes successfully for On premises but not for Office 365.Please help.thanksAKash

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I'm shopping for a server for an installation of Sharepoint, and I'm wondering what kind of capacity I'll need. It's going on a Server 2003 network, and will be accessed via XP & W7 desktops, as well as externally. Any thoughts?

Thanks,
 

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Need Help !

I want to install Ms Office (reguler) 2007 or Ms Office Professional 2007,

but my setup is always go to Ms Office Enterprise 2007 Setup !

1. How can i fix that setup normally ?
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2. My Problem number 2 :

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(how can i fix this warning ?)


What should i do ?

Thx very very very much for help.

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My company is looking go to implement a full service intranet using Sharepoint an Office 365 licenses and I don't know where to begin. We currently use Sharepoint but it's poorly organized and I have a HR person telling me there's a company that could get us up and running soon but the investment is $30-40k minimum using templated from spmarketplace.com.

If anyone could give me some guidance or places to look, I would greatly appreciate this. We want to be able to have HR, Acct, IT, and a central communication maybe using Yammer(I've been trying on Slack lately).

Thanks again!

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Not sure what I did but I recently modified a document on our SharePoint and saved it locally. Now when I open that master document on SharePoint it opens the one I saved locally a while back and asks if I want to update the server. I've searched on various forums for a fix for this but have yet to find a solution.

How can I open these master documents on sharepoint without having it ask to update the server. I'd hate to accidentally save over the master document.

I'm using MS Office 2013, and SharePoint 2010.

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I have not found through extensive searching any situations like mine.  This problem started some months ago and since then I have tried to find a solution but nothing at all changes the situation. I am using Windows 10 and SharePoint to access my Office
2013 documents.   It doesn't matter if I am accessing SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013.  It doesn't matter which user I login with.  The result is always the same.   When I try to open a Word or Excel file (pdf is fine) using
IE (my version is 11) then it tries to open the file but then just opens the application as if I am starting a new file.  There is no error message.  It simply tries to open the file and fails.  so it defaults to the Application to let me start
creating a new document/file.
I was using Office 2013 64 bit but recently uninstalled that and installed 32 bit in the hope this might be the problem but it isn't.  I have also installed all recent updates for Office.  the result is always the same.  The file will not
open when accessed via IE on SharePoint.  I must use FireFox or chrome.
I have sorted the compatibility and trusted sites.  I have searched the entire internet for 2 months now and tried everything.  The problem is related to my specific laptop as I have no problem on another computer.  My laptop and Internet
Explorer 11 are blocking files on SharePoint.  No error message.  If anyone figures t... Read more

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I have not found through extensive searching any situations like mine.  This problem started some months ago and since then I have tried to find a solution but nothing at all changes the situation. I am using Windows 10 and SharePoint to access my
Office 2013 documents.   It doesn't matter if I am accessing SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013.  It doesn't matter which user I login with.  The result is always the same.   When I try to open a Word or Excel file (pdf is fine)
using IE (my version is 11) then it tries to open the file but then just opens the application as if I am starting a new file.  There is no error message.  It simply tries to open the file and fails.  so it defaults to the Application to let
me start creating a new document/file.
I was using Office 2013 64 bit but recently uninstalled that and installed 32 bit in the hope this might be the problem but it isn't.  I have also installed all recent updates for Office.  the result is always the same.  The file will not
open when accessed via IE on SharePoint.  I must use FireFox or chrome.
I have sorted the compatibility and trusted sites.  I have searched the entire internet for 2 months now and tried everything.  The problem is related to my specific laptop as I have no problem on another computer.  My laptop and Internet
Explorer 11 are blocking files on SharePoint.  No error message.  If anyone figures t... Read more

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Good morning all, I'm in need of documentation on "Microsoft office suite collaboration in Sharepoint". 
Thanks.

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Good morning all, I'm in need of documentation on "Microsoft office suite collaboration in Sharepoint".
Thanks.

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Dear all,
Some of our business users have been complaining that since the time of installing Office 365 recently on their systems, they are not able to open SharePoint lists/libraries.
Is there any issues/fix identified regarding the same ? If so please advise . Appreciate your help

Thanks & Regards
Ajay 

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Hi Guys and Gals

I currently have the evaluation copy of the above mentioned software but am having trouble creating a web site under the portal. I can create the portal alright but when I try and add a site under the portal it does not give me any forms to fill out in order to create it. It is a new server (reformatted pc) with win server 2003 on it and all the updates. Any body with any ideas on why the forms wont show when I try and create a site, please let me know. Thanks in advance.
 

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I own the following system:
Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop (OEM System)
Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 32-bit
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU @2.00 GHz
3.0 GB RAM
160 GB HDD

I want to install Microsoft SharePoint 2007 in my laptop
for my project purpose.On the Internet,it is given that MS
SharePoint 2007 can only be installed on Windows Server
2003/2008. Please suggest a way with which I can install
SharePoint 2007 in my laptop and execute it successfully.

I also want to install MS Visual Studio 2008 in my
laptop,but I already have VS 2005 installed.
Can both versions can run properly on the same system?
Do I need to upgrade my laptop RAM to 4GB for better
performance?
Please suggest.Thanks...

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I?m having a problem with MS Sharepoint Server 2007. I can not start OSearch, Office Sharepoint Search Service. I get an error, An unhandled execption occurred in the user interface: OSearch. I thought it might be due to a related problem: I can not login with my user account in some places; I get an error; it logs me in as the system account. Or I thought it could be, it?s set up as a farm, even though there?s only one server. Please help with this issue.

A:Office Sharepoint Search Service won't start (login?)

The account you use Search Service must be a local administrator on the server.

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I am wondering if it is possible to use Sharepoint in connection with Access 2007 for the purposes of building a database to manage information that myself and employees out of the office can access... if I don't know the first thing about servers.

Does Microsoft make this possible, or does it require a high level of server knowledge?
 

A:Low Server Knowledge+Access+SharePoint=Success?

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hey guys I was a little confused if this was the right place 'all other applications'
So I have extremely limited experience with Sharepoint 2013.
But my boss asked me today if I could just 'check out' what possibilities we might have with sharepoint 2013.
Regarding two things.
 
1: We have documentation spread all over our 'older sharepoint' and 3 other purchased systems..
this documentation is everything from firewall logs, to password lists, IP lists, printer manuals, etc etc.
 
2: We have our own constructed Wiki, in reality we have 600 documents in a folder.
like: "How to get rid of this virus" "How to push our security out on iphones" articles to help us in the IT department.
 
We have an Active Directory and Exchange user setup.
So lets say you wanted to sort all this out, and have it placed in one spot.
with easy search functions, and of course the possibility to limit users as only our Admin accounts from the AD should 
be allowed to view the password lists.

Not knowing anything about sharepoint 2013, could you maybe point me in a direction towards something that might be suitable?
also if you plan on suggesting alternatives, let me make it clear we don't wish this to be online, no cloud services

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I own the following system:
Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop (OEM System)
Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit
Intel Core 2 Duo CPU @2.00 GHz
3.0 GB RAM
160 GB HDD

I want to install Microsoft SharePoint 2007 in my laptop
for my project purpose.On the Internet,it is given that MS
SharePoint 2007 can only be installed on Windows Server
2003/2008. Please suggest a way with which I can install
SharePoint 2007 in my laptop and execute it successfully.

I also want to install MS Visual Studio 2008 in my
laptop,but I already have VS 2005 installed.
Can both versions can run properly on the same system?
Do I need to upgrade my laptop RAM to 4GB for better
performance?
Please suggest.Thanks...
 

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RELEVANCY SCORE 54.8

Hi,

We just upgraded to Office 2013. Since the upgrade some users are unable to edit Office documents that they open through SharePoint. I can see that the documents are opened as read only. Even if they select to edit the document in SharePoint it throws up an alert saying that they don't have permissions to edit the document.

I checked all permissions and they appear to be OK. Is there any setting in Office 2013 that is maybe defaulted to read only or something?

Regards
Paul
 

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