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Leslie McKerchie

Hi K P! 

I'm not sure if Raymond is still subscribed here, but you are certainly welcome to reach out to the user directly via the 'Contact Me' option on the user profile if you do not hear back soon.

I have not utilized Sharepoint in a long time, but this thread may be of assistance to you as well.

Raymond Scholl


I found a couple of options for saving to SharePoint.

1) If I choose "save as" in sharepoint and manually change from .zip to .story it will save as a storyline file.

2) Since I had trouble uploading files to SharePoint on the internet explorer interface  I was able to set up a folder on my desk top that was linked to SharePoint. Once I did that I could just cut and paste copies of my stories to this folder and they would appear on SharePoint.

  I also noticed that SL2 & SL3 don't want to open files on SharePoint. If you want to edit them drag them back to your computer and launch from there.