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  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    smilward, You are correct this is the server side browser file handling setting which is set to strict. Feel free to keep posting and open a support request. Also tag your comments with 'permissive browser file handling' which appears to be one of the most used tags. Here's a sampling...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    Hi Jbooker I will do that - I will also open a support request with Microsoft! I already got the information yoy have provided, but thank you for beeing informativ and correct! This issue need to be solved - I will start kicking in MS doors tomorrow - BIG TIME!!!! I love SharePoint/Office 365...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    Mike, Thanks for your reply. It's nice to see a recent kb article is in place, I guess that's progress. However, the article is not very helpful as it tells us what we already know. The article is missing the following statements commonly found in kbs : (Include all that apply) Microsoft...
  • Forum Post: Re: Open PDF in Broswer

    mark-kashman Appreciate all the feedback. This is logged in our system as a bug and is being reviewed for remediation. We don't have a timeframe, but do beleive we understand the issue. Thanks, Mark Mark, Could you please see that this kb article is updated to include all...
  • Forum Post: Working with PDF Files (and other file types)

    Greetings, We have some PDF files in a document library. When users click on the PDF link, a File Download dialog appears asking, "Do you want to save this file?". This is by design. I found an article that explains how to fix this in SharePoint 2010. http://blog.brainlitter.com/archive...
  • Forum Post: Re: XPS is an alternate to PDF

    open PDFs in browser: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/p/8569/35687.aspx
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF Solution: How to Display in the Browser

    Hi Jbooker This is realy nice work from you - Respect on scripting and research :-) But we need a central solution from MS on this. PDF files are normal all around the world - and I love the MS products. But fore the first time in my life I'm wondering...Is this because MS want to force...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    AND again..Why should this be on us? Why not on MS and "a easy to use"??????????????
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    Hi again Chris I do not want to be a troll - I love MS products and I make a living out of them! But no one in here - Not you or moderators have given any real answer to this, you all talk about security issues and gives no in-depht technical answers to why it is so. The only on who have returned...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    This question will probably never be really answered - Is this somehow a "political" reason? What can be a security issue about PDF files? I think this issue will bite Microsoft in a greater scale than you all have foreseen. I need a strong in-depht technical answer before I'm...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF's and Office 365

    Q "Posted by Mike Gibson MSFT Moderator on 2011-Jul-19 3:10 PM Locked Re: PDF's and Office 365 Hi smilward, There are a myriad number of reasons why this is not not enabled, chiefly amongst which are that security settings need to be lowered in order for this to be achieved, followed...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF Icon is not displaying in a document Library

    It's quite silly they havn't added the PDF Icon yet. If you're tired of waiting, you could replace the generic Icon using javascript like so: http://joshuabooker.com/Pages/PDF-Icon.aspx HTH, Josh
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF and 365 - Expected Fix Date

    Kevin, We're with you. Saving as another file type is not a solution plus 'working with adobe' & 'PDF not an MS product' explanations are a crock. The competition has developed a secure PDF viewer. MS has a secure silverlight PDF viewer on docs.com as well. ...
  • Forum Post: Re: Office 365 and PDF

    Scott, Did the KB article help you? I'm being facetious, of course it didn't help. You could try this: http://joshuabooker.com/Pages/PDF-CompleteSolution.aspx HTH, Josh
  • Forum Post: RE: The pdf issue...

    Chuck, I have a simpler and more complete PDF solution which works on all subscriptions (P1-E3) here: http://joshuabooker.com/Pages/PDF-CompleteSolution.aspx HTH, Josh
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF Support

    Leif, Your question was specific to OWA Outlook Web Access. I believe you can open PDF files in the browser in OWA, it appears the WebReady feature of Exchange 2010 is enabled and PDF files are allowed. Do you see a open in browser link next to the PDF attachment in your OWA email? If you're...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF Solution: Here's How to Display in the Browser

    So after having some time to revisit this, i got it to work with your newest version without too much hassle. - Love the solution :) However, i found out a couple of things im not sure is expected behaviour or not. Firstly, my site is organised in a way like this: Sharepoint site->Document site...
  • Forum Post: Re: Hello Microsoft - when will I be able to view a PDF file ???

    Great Question! Except, I've never seen MS answer a 'when', never. It's been hard enough to get a clear answer to 'why can't I'? PDF Solution: Here's How to Display in the Browser http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/t/8569.aspx HTH, ...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF Solution: Here's How to Display in the Browser

    Hi all I've tried this solution on my computer with IE9 and it works properly. Thanks to Josh for his useful solution. But I've faced and additional issue: when I follow the instructions from Josh, in the docs libraries I've installed the solution I've lost the upper ribbons to get...
  • Forum Post: Searchable PDF

    Hi I uploaded a searchable pdf - i.e. one run through OCR software. The contents of the pdf don't seem to have been indexed. So I can't search for any phrases within the document. How "supported" are pdf's in the P1 version of SharePoint?
  • Forum Post: How to create a workflow action in SharePoint that would convert an InfoPath form to PDF and attach it to an email

    Hi, i need to be able to create a PDF image on the infopath form submitted to SharePoint, and attach it to an email, as part of an workflow action. Is this possible? if so, how? thanks, --adriana
  • Forum Post: view .PDFs on My Site

    Has anyone been able to use Josh Booker's PDF fix in a "My Site" section? I have it working great on our team site (Thanks, Josh!), but I'm not having the same luck when I try to follow the same procedures to add content editors to the libraries on My Site. It seems like I'm getting...
  • Forum Post: Re: Re : Re: Hello Microsoft - when will I be able to view a PDF file ???

    This is just caos by Microsoft and the Office 365 support team. If you are opening a document library in Explorer view/mode - The PDF will open stright ahead. BUT that is not a solution for 2.000 clients! So, we are looking at some strange information from MS and the Office 365 team here. PDF...
  • Forum Post: RE: The pdf issue...

    Hi Jbooker This is just caos by Microsoft and the Office 365 support team. If you are opening a document library in Explorer view/mode - The PDF will open stright ahead. BUT that is not a solution for 2.000 clients! So, we are looking at some strange information from MS and the Office 365...
  • Forum Post: Re: PDF Solution: Here's How to Display in the Browser

    Hi PDF folks This is just caos by Microsoft and the Office 365 support team. If you are opening a document library in Explorer view/mode - The PDF will open stright ahead. BUT that is not a solution for 2.000 clients! So, we are looking at some strange information from MS and the Office 365...
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