Month: December 2015

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Missing Script & Content Editor Web Parts in O365

Have you ever had a situation where you were so excited about a new toy or application, that you couldn’t wait to start diving in and playing with it, and when you do, you run smack into a big brick wall?  That’s exactly what the missing script and content editor web parts issue is in […]

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FPS takes Nintex InspireX by Storm!

Focal Point Solutions is proud to announce that two of our team members have been chosen to present at this year’s Nintex InspireX conference. Ryan Love and Troy Thompson will be teaming up with some of Nintex’s top technical resources to deliver what will sure to be an amazing representation of the impact Nintex can […]

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Document Set

Document Set Using a Document set in SharePoint is a way to keep all documents organized together.   A document set will display all the metadata or properties that are shared between the documents in a particular set to be the same.  This is unlike folders or documents in a library which may contain different properties […]

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Compare Differences In Word Files Using SharePoint Versioning

This function only works if versioning is enabled for that document library and is not available in Office Web Apps. You need the full Word application for this. Open the file from SharePoint in Edit mode. Word will open and under the review tab you find a button called compare. Just choose Specific version from […]

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Term Store and JavaScript

Using the Term Store in conjunction with a little JavaScript, we have the capability of creating a truly Cross-Site Collection Global Navigation.

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