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Granite Bay Web Design, Sacramento Web Design, Rocklin, & Roseville, CA

Granite Bay Web Design, Sacramento Web Design, Rocklin, & Roseville, CA

In 2011, Google indexed over 300 million websites and 200 million blogs making it impossible for traditional website owners. No doubt these days you have to do a lot more to get noticed. You can no longer just launch your website and forget about it. Successful websites nowadays require constant updates, search engine marketing / search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing like Facebook websites, blogs, discussion forums and mobile counterparts all made possible quickly and cost-effectively with open source content management systems such as Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and Majento. Based in the Granite Bay / Sacramento Area, we are just the one-stop web design & Northern, California SEO shop that you need to accomplish all that.

Granite Bay Web Design, Sacramento Web Design, Rocklin, & Roseville, CA

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  1. We are a full-service design agency which means that we handle everything from web design and development to marketing communications, search engine marketing and direct marketing.
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  10. We have been designing Joomla and WordPress websites since 1999. We can also customize your templates and themes for mobile.

Are you a company who does not have enough work for a full-time web designer? Or are you a web design agency who is only looking for support during your busy times or just web projects that you are unfamiliar with like mobile websites and iPhone apps? If so, we have a great solution for you! We offer discounted rates if you have ongoing work for us. So Call Us TODAY! 916.412.1484

How to Add the SharePoint Version Number to a Word Document

How to Add the SharePoint Version Number to a Word Document

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How to Add the SharePoint Version Number to a Word Document

How to Add the SharePoint Version Number to a Word Document

So You have your new Company Policy Manual, or your new Login Procedures document, or whatever. You’ve seen the power of Microsoft SharePoint when it comes to managing document version and you can’t wait to get started. But wait, you know that this document will not exist solely in SharePoint. It will be printed, faxed, emailed, scanned, converted to PDF and so forth. So you are going to want to have the document version (or “Rev” as some folks call it) printed on the document somewhere. The problem comes when trying to keep that bit of text synced up with the SharePoint version number.

The Solution

For those of you who have worked with SharePoint metadata in Word, you have probably discovered that you can use the Quick Parts button to inject document properties, including some SharePoint columns. However, columns that are modified by the system such as calculated columns and Version are not available. So what to do?SharePoint 2010, you can use Information Management Policies. This is where you can set things like document retention policies, Audit polices and so forth. One feature that will help us is the Label feature. By enabling a Label, we can expose a string of text as a document property. This particular string of text can include the version number.

Enable Labels in SharePoint

  1. Login to SharePoint and navigate to the Document Library, you would like to enable.
  2. Make sure versioning is turned on. If it’s not, turn it on now.
  3. Click on “Library” link to open the Library ribbon and select Library Settings:
  4. In the “Permissions and Management” section, select “Information management policy settings”:
  5. Select “Document” from the Content Types Section:
  6. Click the checkbox to enable Labels and type in the {Version} “Label format” field:
  7. Click the “OK” button to save

Using the Label in a Word Document

  1. First we need to have the document in the library, so if you haven’t uploaded your document, go ahead and do that now.
  2. Click the Document Title to download the document
  3. Place your cursor anywhere on the page (including in a header or footer) that you want to display the version number.
  4. Click on the “Insert” heading on the ribbon and select “Quick Parts > Document Property”. The “Label” property should now be available. Click it to insert it on the page:
  5. You may seem some funny text there until you save the file (and check it in if your Doc. Lib. settings requires). Once you open it back up from SharePoint, it should display the normal version number.
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