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sharepoint interactive buttons not uploading

Posted on 2010-11-30
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I have a custom .aspx page containing a table with 16 Interactive Buttons on it.  All buttons were created in SharePoint Designer (Insert -> Interactive Button) successfully.   I'm now trying to add another button using the same method, but the button images are not uploading to the images folder when i attempt to save.  I'm not being prompted where to upload the images.  When i refer back to the code, it's looking for the "buttonC.jpg" on my LOCAL drive: C:/Users/myprofile/AppData/Local/Microsoft/Windows/Temporary%20Internet%20Files/WebTempDir/

how can i get these custom button images to upload when i save the .aspx page?
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Not sure what is happening with Sharepoint designer, but as a workaround, you could always manually upload the buttons, and then update the code in sharepoint designer to point to the correct location.

Hope this helps...
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it's a successful workaround but the issue still persists.
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