I have tried the following on the users workstation. It might be caused by one of following two reasons: 1. I haven't had any new documents throw this error since those first few did. I have a total of 10 yrs of overall experience. The issue is linked to the New Microsoft SharePoint Foundation support which Project 2013 is installing.
If you see Sites section when you do Save AsÂ from Word,Â Excel or PowerPoint like shown in theÂ image , then you can skip to Step 2. Nothing stored in the credential manager either. It is also possible that SharePoint has gotten confused where it thinks a document is checked out when it really isn't. To clear it, open the document and select File-SaveAs and make sure the Thumbnail option is not checked. Scroll to the bottom, in User Authentication section: Prompt for username and password. The following is from the Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac Resource Kit Version 2: Working with SharePoint Some SharePoint functionality works differently with Office 2004 on the Macintosh than with Office 2003 on a Windows-based computer.
They have to be on my local drive laptop. If the file is saved on some other kind of server, however, it's possible that the server it's stored on doesn't support co-authoring. If the app isn't on the list, click Choose another app. If this is your situation, it could well be the cause. Thank you for the responses.
Download and check files locally Some problems occur because of differences in versions of SharePoint server and Office. Hi Group, I upgraded to office 2016 and now when I do the following. I tried using the followings. Perhaps they are looking to streamline their document management process. Was very frustratingÂ experience, was not intuitive and required that user had a Ph. If you no longer use them, uninstall them.
Please mark as 'Propose as Answer' or 'Vote' as appropriate. Sometimes because of broken not inherited permissions, or partial access to a site, users are able to edit in browser, but not in the client. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Do other users in your tenant encounter the same issue with the same documents? If we download the Word file and then try to open the excel doc we are able to. Sometimes there is an another message. This issue does not occur when the server is running Office SharePoint Server 2007 and the client computer is running Office 2007 or Office 2010. We uploaded an Excel 2013 file on a SharePoint document library.
This will ensure that when you open Word 2003 document in Word 2010 the document will refer to existing and Word 2010 compatible templates. It is quite possible,Â your site will not showÂ up in FrequentÂ section, but if you follow one, it will show up under the Following section. In an Active Directory environment, users are logged on to SharePoint automatically if they are already logged on to a domain. When you save a documents, it's automatically uploaded to the SharePoint or OneDrive for Business. The co-authoring functionality is not available for.
Try it and call me tomorrow. Which of course is not practical if you have thousands of documents. I've stopped the sync and all now works fine. So far the users that are getting this error are using Office 2010. Thanks, Sosipater, for the repsonses.
This means that if you open a web browser on the shared computer, then go to your SharePoint or OneDrive files within a web browser, the accounts will not match. These headers specify that a browser should show a download prompt for certain types of files for example,. I don't know what is the problem because I can open documents from my machine but when I log in to another machine colleague that can't open documents I'm also unable to open documents. In other environments, the authentication methods that are supported depend on the browser being used. If you are in , you will need to rely on. But it was really related only to templates.
If I try to reproduce these steps now, it just keeps downloading the document. You can try enable the prompt for user name and password option in Internet explorer. But with SharePoint, we do not have a C: drive, My Computer or folders to browse through. Even with the prescribed work-around from above, you will be unable to create any Office content such as Word templates or InfoPath forms with Office 2010 against SharePoint 2013. If you're sharing a file with other users, be sure they save files completely and using the same file format. For a very long time, inability to do so has been a big matzo ball for many users.