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The problem appears to lie in the fact that this is a choice column and its name is "Status." Change the name of the column, and the problem goes away. Context: Today I encountered the very same issue in SharePoint 2013 on-premises. The problem occurred in an item list (so it's not specific to document lists, as implied by the original question). Just like ...


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Besides SUBSTITE not being available as a SharePoint Calculated Column Formula you have another problem.. If Speciality is a Choice-CheckBox Field it is not available for use in a Calculated Column I presume that is why you state "I have a workflow setup to export that data" and assume your Speciality column is a Text column filled with the choices by the ...


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I figure you have a few options: use JavaScript on the new/edit form to retrieve a list of existing project values and add it to the Project drop down create another list where users can add items and the Project column is a lookup for that list. so on the new/edit form where project is you could add add an option to add a new item to the lookup list. ...


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Use a lookup column and show the user how to add new items to the lookup list.



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