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If you use Microsoft SharePoint, you can connect to a SharePoint server with Flare 7. Once you select a SharePoint Server from the SharePoint Explorer, you can see the entire SharePoint Folder structure in Flare, allowing you to access your SharePoint files and folders quickly and easily.

This allows you to:

  • Access and edit the SharePoint files from any of your Flare projects
  • Copy SharePoint files to your project with mappings that let you keep them synchronized with the source files
  • Publish Flare output to a SharePoint server
  • Use the SharePoint server to store any kind of template files supported in Flare so that they can be used by any Flare users in your division or company 

About The Author

Jose Sermeno

About Jose Sermeno

With over 10 years of experience in the software industry, Mr. Sermeno brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the product evangelist team, helping introduce new users to everything MadCap Software. In his spare time, Jose is the Project Director for San Diego City Robotics, the San Diego community college systems robotics program, and enjoys working in software design and open source hardware development. Prior to joining MadCap in late 2010, Jose ran a Drupal development shop, and was an application manager for Temple University Health System.

Last Modified: May 11, 2011

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  • Whitley Ganigan March 28, 2012 at 7:33 AM

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