Create a PDF with Encodian from plain text

Microsoft Flow – Generate PDFs from anything and a lot more

Sometimes, the new connectors are added to Microsoft Flow that open up a lot of options. One of those connectors was added to Flow last night. The Encodian connector makes it possible to do a lot with PDFs. I started by creating a PDF from a plain text document that is stored in SharePoint. Yes, … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Generate PDFs from anything and a lot more

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Do you process your invoices with Microsoft Flow and DocParser?

Every organisation will receive invoices and all of these invoices need to be paid. Or actually should they be paid? Are you sure? I understand that not everybody has a financial background therefore I will start by explaining the process a bit. Quite often the purchase process starts with a quote. This quote looks good … Continue reading Do you process your invoices with Microsoft Flow and DocParser?

Office 365 – SharePoint Online – Accessibility mode or PDF converter?

Today I tried to create a new document in Office 365's SharePoint Online. Nothing new I hear you say, you can do that on the back of a surf board, while on holiday. So I thought I 'll give that a go: As I got wet feet I thought better try it just at my … Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint Online – Accessibility mode or PDF converter?