Installing IT Hit Edit Any Document for SharePoint
Articles in this section describe how to install the Edit Any Document for SharePoint, configure license access permissions, replace the license and upgrade to the latest build.
IT Hit Edit Any Document for SharePoint Installation and Configuration
You can download the IT Hit Edit Any Document for SharePoint and a license file in the product download section. The product is provided as a SharePoint ribbon/toolbar document library add-in and as a columns add-in. You can install both add-ins on o ...
Adding the Edit Button Column
This article describes how to add and Edit column to your SharePoint document library. Install the Columns application. Install the ITHitEditAnyDocumentColumns[***].sppkg add-in to your SharePoint application catalog. Then deploy the IT Hit Edit A ...
Verifying License Access Permissions
After you install the Edit Any Document for SharePoint and set your license file you may need to verify that your end users have enough permission to read the Edit Any Document license. When a user initiates document editing, the license is validated ...
Replacing Edit Any Document License
If you have not set the license file or if your license have expired, the Edit Any Document will automatically display a dialog for setting a license file when opening a document. However if your current license is still valid, to replace your curren ...
Upgrading Edit Any Document
To upgrade your IT Hit Edit Any Document instance follow the steps below: Update the SharePoint Add-in. You can download the latest build in the product download area here. To download the non-trial license file make sure to log-in with the email ...
Protocol Application and Web Browser Extensions Installation
To open documents from a web page, the Edit Any Document requires a protocol application to be installed on the client machine. It also requires a web browser extension to be installed and activated. The articles in this section describe the client-s ...