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Exporting documents from GW Libraries.

Does anyone know of a way to do a bulk "export" of all library files so
they can be accessed outside of the libraries?

I have had multiple problems with GW libraries and MS Office 2003. Library
integration in the Client setup was submitted as a problem and was fixed in
GW SP4. Now I have a problem doing a search when ALL libraries are
selected. (Submitted to development.) When Excel files are opened, they are
blank or random files are opened, yet they are shown as checked out. If I
revert to Office XP, the problem goes away. These problems may be fixed
eventually, but so far Office 2003 support has been very poor.
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Re: Exporting documents from GW Libraries.


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