Now that OnePlaceDocs can save PDFs through Adobe Reader, how do I get it to work with the latest version of Reader, DC?
I had found this version. This is what MS replaced the original VSTO executable with. Unfortunately the administrative install (which extracts the msi file) process in the Enterprise GP deployment guide doesn't work with this file. I have found a work-around though, in case others are in the same predicament.
1) Download the vstor_redist.exe from the link above
2) use 7-zip to extract vstor_redist.exe
3) You will see a vstor40 folder. In this folder you will see a number of executables, but the two that you want to further extract with 7-zip are vstor40_x86.exe and vstor40_x64.exe. Both contain their respective msi file.Dave Tigani shared this idea ·
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Would love to see a check box or something which will mark the document/email as private, effectively securing the item from everyone but the person saving the file.
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Potentially an extension to this would be to configure rules; if a field (or fields) in the email meets a specified criteria, the email is transparently redirected to the correct library. It could mark it with a 'Saved to Sharepoint' category in the same way as 'copy' so the user knows it has been saved to sharepoint.
After using the 'Insert from SharePoint' function, I would love to see an option to use this view (simple list of library content) in lieu of the current launching of the webpage as the default when navigating your folders. https://d37wxxhohlp07s.cloudfront.net/s3_images/804274/defaultview.jpg?1350253076