2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 11, 2011 10:57 PM by Tony Wu


    Richard Hall

      I have a word doc extension .docm which has a small exclimation point on the lower right like the shared "+" icon.  What does this mean?  If someone from SW reads this, why can't you put a table of icons in the help file  so that when you search "icon" this table comes up.


      Thanks in advance,


          Faur Arama


          It is not about SW. Exclamation sign it means that the office 2007 document is macro enabled.

            • Re: EPDM ICON MEANING
              Tony Wu
              This is "Sharing Files"
              Shared files exist in two or more folders concurrently. Shared files are marked with a yellow plus sign in the icon in the Explorer view. For example,

              Checking out a shared file from any location checks out all instances and checking in the file saves modifications to the vault and to all instances of the file. Only one user at a time can check out a shared file.

              If the source file being shared is checked out, the new instance remains checked out and in the same state as the original.

              Parent topic: Files and Folders