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You are asking for a No SharePoint Designer and SharePoint 2010 solution. It can be done in a Calculated Column without the use of any other Webparts like documented on the blogs the other answers refer to. The technique is documented at http://www.viewmaster365.com/#/How The cons of this approach are also documented. But it ain't easy; Calculated ...


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This can be done using Rules in Infopath. There is 3 different types of rule that you can use, Validation, Formatting and Action. They are accessible from the top ribbon tab "Home" and are found almost in the right corner. Add a formatting rule on the field you wanna hide and set the condition to be something like Yes/No Field is equal to True / False ...


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You can give it a try using below sql query. DECLARE @listId AS UNIQUEIDENTIFIER = 'LISTGUID'; SELECT DISTINCT tp_Fields AS 'Fields' FROM AllLists WHERE tp_ID = @listId If you are using C# code to get the details you can use the following methods. public static string GetFieldXmlString(string ...


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The most common reason (when there is no error in the formula) is that sites with different regional settings uses different characters as a delimiter. For European countries, commas works (,) work while English uses semicolon (;). So try to change all the semicolons (,) to commas (;) for it to work in your English page and vice versa. Use find and ...


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The reasons to use content types rather than adding columns: If you have two disparate types of information in one list/library. ex: A list that has purchase requests for new employees and for new equipment. If you are going to use the same type of information on multiple sites/lists/libraries. ex: You have a content type that inherits from document that ...


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There are three places where columns can be defined: list/library, site (SPWeb) and site collection (SPSite). Check all three and you will find them, in your case you're probably looking from too high level, e.g., looking at site collection level, when columns are in fact only created to specific site (SPWeb).


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Not every field you create in a list can be used in lookup columns, Name appears to be one of them, but you also won't see things like Multiple Lines of Text fields. SharePoint can only perform a lookup of values from columns that contain a ‘text’ value, and then only if it contains a single line of normal text (ie. “Single line of text”, a “number”, ...



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