@Kirill, put this URL in for your instance. It's how I found the API report.
Replace the na1 with your instance. Below is the same url without the na1.salesforce.com
How can I start tracking calls and show the calling history in each Leads/Contacts/Opportunitites, when using Skype Click-to-Call? Any help appreciated!
Is the package you installed unmanaged or managed ?
If it's unmanaged, the code can be looked into and changed. If its managed, read through the User/Installation Manual properly. There must be something written about this.
If nothing helps, reach out the the makers of the package regarding this.
Let me know if you need any further help on this.
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I see that there is a number of apps available on the AppExhchange with similar functionality:
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I am not sure what the file was saved as but when i come to open in .ppt 2007, it comes up with the error message : powerpoint can't open the type of file represented by filename.
Or upload the compatibility pack, and try again. see http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/HA100703231033.aspx
If these suggestions do not solve the problem then another possibility behind the error message can be the file damage. It may happen that the file you are trying to open is damage and needs repairing. You can repair the file by using PowerPoint Repair Kit repair and recovery software http://www.powerpoint.repair/
Is there anyway I might be able to retrieve this task list I was working on?
Sorry, I have been down that road myself. The short answer is no...
The only thing you can do is restart Project and hope for a magic message asking if you want to recover your work. Well, still can try to recover the file in the online service Microsoft Project repair online. Maybe it's something will help. Unfortunately, I have never seen one appear. https://onlinefilerepair.com/en/project-repair-online.html
You have my sympathies.
Microsoft Project Blackbelt
I have a question in an area where I am stuck after creating a new stand-alone Lightning app. I do not want to run the Lightning app on the Salesforce1 platform but want to run it on a desktop platform from within the Salesforce org. What process does one have to go through to set up a stand alone Lightning App to be launched from within the Salesforce org? Is there a way to link Salesforce tabs to the Lightning App that will launch the app when they are clicked like you can with Visualforce pages or to add the Lightning App in the Apps menu? I am not able to find any documentation or how to use desktop Lightning Apps from within Salesforce or if that is possible at this time.
1.) You can create a Web Tab and add the hard-coded URL for the Lighting App using the syntax cdylancarter mentioned as the URL. This will open the Lightning App inside of your Salesforce environment; therefore, you will still have the sidebar, header, standard stylesheets, etc.
2.) The more preferable way I have found is to create a Connected App in the Salesforce environment and specify the Lightning App URL as the "Start URL". You can then add the App to the App Launcher and it will appear in your normal app dropdown menu so that you can launch the app directly from there.
It is not clear from your question which 2013 version you have, but a reinstall or repair should clear this up.
One other thing to try is saving the files as .ppt instead of .pptx and see if you can convert the .ppt file to .pdf. If you can't convert the .pptx to .pdf then we know the problem is in the .pptx file and you can check the .pptx file for causes. It is possible that it is corrupted. Lots of help here: https://forums.techguy.org/threads/powerpoint-file-crashes-powerpoint-upon-opening.1129888/