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    I am trying to embed content into a course from either a corporate shared directory or corporate Sharepoint site.  The idea behind this is that certain people within the company who don’t have the knowledge or a license for Lectora could update content in a document within a shared directory or Sharepoint document which would result in the course content being updated with it.  I have no problems getting this to work with public content such as a Google Docs document with either an HTML Object or a Web Window, but haven’t been successful with something internal.  Given that this is private corporate content I don’t think Google Docs is an option.  Is this possible?

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    I would expect the need for an external script to be added that would pass information over to SharePoint’s API. One of my co-workers suggested looking in this direction: https://github.com/OfficeDev/SharePoint-Add-in-REST-OData-CrossDomain

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    Thank you for the response!  Sounds like it’s what I would need.  I’ll have to see if this will be an option that our company would approve of.

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