When clicking on 'New' in OnePlace Docs Explorer, the only option we are given is 'New Folder or Document Set', even when these Content Types are not available in the SharePoint document library. The Content Types for the same library will show up in the Document Information Panel when saving an email with OnePlace Mail, how do we make these same options appear for the 'New' options in OnePlace Docs Explorer? (They are available from 'New' as buttons in the SharePoint document library) https://d2r1vs3d9006ap.cloudfront.net/s3_images/1287693/oneplacedocscontenttypes.png?14440142680 votes
Currently the “New” button in the ribbon relates to creating a new location (folder or document set) for document libraries. To expand this to include creating a new content type – is on our product backlog.
Also, just a note – If you viewing a List, when you select the “New” button, this will allow you to create a new list item.
Toolbar was available in 6.x but is gone after the upgrade. The add-in / complement is there and active but nothing is visible.
When moving attachments to SharePoint from Outlook I get the following error:
An error has occurred saving file to Sharepoint.
Error: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Method: Void CopyAttachmentsToSharePointButton_Click(Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.AttachmentSelection)
Stack Trace: at FileToWSSOutlookAddIn.ThisAddIn.CopyAttachmentsToSharePointButton_Click(AttachmentSelection attachmentsSelected)
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We are installing OnePlace on 30 workstations and so far it has been VERY easy and straightforward; however, I can't get Mail or Docs to install on one laptop running Win 8.1. Install goes straight to "complete" and installs nothing.
Apps appear in Control Panel list, but no where else.
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I've got oneplacedocs explorer linked to a dossier in SharePoint (containing hundreds of pdf files), I'm able to search all these files' contents, but most of the time I get way too many results (in the hundreds). Is there a way to narrow or filter the results in oneplacedocs explorer?0 votes
This should be configured in SharePoint to reduce the search scope.
Also, its possible to set up location search or content search using OnePlaceLive – where the search can be refined.
Further information can be found here: http://www.oneplacesolutions.com/help/7.4/ops/solprofile/solprof_contentsearch.htm
When I try to save a Excle file with macros (.xlsm) with OnePlaceDocs v7, I get a message that VB project cannot be saved to an .xlsx and will be lost.
I have the option to say yes to continue and lose code or no to change the file type. If I press no, nothing happens.
How can I save an .xlsm to SharePoint?
I just upgraded from OPM 6.x to 7 and do not have a key yet.
I see the ribbon options in Outlook but not in Word / Excel / PPT. Is it supposed to be possible to use it without a license?
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