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On this page, you can see a list of the currently selected document's unsorted attachments. Grouped attachments can be added to the document on the Form tab in case that the appropriate field(s) are defined for the particular document type.


You can upload a new attachment using the New attachment (UploadNew) link. You can also perform the following actions with the attachments in the list:


Delete (Delete) - removes the attachment from the document.

Move up (Up) and Move down (Down) - re-orders the attachments. The order is stored in the AttachmentOrder property of each attachment. You can enter AttachmentOrder into the ORDER BY expression property of a displaying web part to have the attachments ordered accordingly.




Please note


The order of attachments is not versioned with documents' workflow. This means that if you change the order of attachments in one version of a document, the order is changed in all other versions too.



Edit (Edit) - if the attachment is an image, clicking the icon opens it in the built-in image editor. If the attachment is not an image, the metadata editor is opened after clicking the icon.

Edit in client application (EditLayout) - is displayed only when WebDAV integration is enabled and only next to file types supported by WebDAV. Clicking the icon opens the document for editing in an external application installed on the client computer (the application must support WebDAV for this to work). Saving the document in the client application updates the attachment with the new version automatically.

Update (Update) - enables you to replace the original attachment with a new one.

After clicking an attachment's name, the attachment is opened.


More information about the Attachments module can be found in Kentico CMS Developer's Guide -> Content management -> File management -> Document attachments.