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Add a new content editor webpart and use following <style> #SPFieldNote { background-color:red; } </style> Update <style> #SPFieldNote:nth-child(2) { background-color:red; /*Assuming the element in question appears 2nd in order*/ } </style>


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After review, it appears that the title field is a required element and cannot be removed. However it can be renamed.


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you can use tags that are available in SharePoint for document libraries kindly go through the below link you could find it helpful https://support.office.com/en-ie/article/Use-tags-and-notes-to-share-information-with-colleagues-18e87002-a0bb-473f-9959-358f42be8d03


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I spent a few hours in reflector too and I found that you can call Checkout() method by reflection on your newly added SPListItem without calling Update() method. The result is that your item is saved but not completed.


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Did you do a full crawl? In order to get a new property in the search results you need to do the following: Create a column and fill it at least with one value Do a full crawl Create a managed property and map the crawled property to it Do a full crawl Verify the xml results and see if the property is filled. See ...


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It might involve a workflow on the SP list. Make the WF trigger on change/create of the field and the n update a value in a dropdown based from your "Category" field. If Category A change dropdown field to A Else if Category B change dropdown to B and so on... build more ifs and then populate your dropdown in SharePoint.


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This was answered in Stackoverflow by "Mayo": http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1796875/sharepoint-send-an-email-to-users-specified-in-a-field I have limited experience with SP Designer workflows, but have you tried the email action with "Workflow Lookup" selected in the To field? This allows you to use specific fields from the submitted list ...


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Unfortunately calculated columns are calculated at the time they are filled in. Not each time the column is viewed. If you are, however, trying to do that calculation at the time the item is created you can use the following: =TEXT([Modified],"mm-dd-yyyy hh:mm:ss") A somewhat older but reliable article regarding time inside the calculated columns can be ...


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The quick and dirty method is PowerShell and a scheduled task. Assuming your field is a date/time field. You can do any math you want in there as well. Just set it to run daily. $web = Get-SPWeb <Web URL> $list = $web.Lists["<List Name>"] foreach ($item in $list.Items) { $item["Current Date"] = Get-Date -format s; $item.Update(); }


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other options: add Javascript to the view which updates the listitem using JSOM and But maybe you do not even need to update the Item, and all you want is a "today" calculation in the View, which can also be achieved with either CSR/JSlink code (which is not available in 2010) but can be done using Javascript in a Calculated Column (in both 2010 and ...


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Two options Create a timer job which runs daily and updates the list items Create a workflow which fires daily and updates the list items Option 1 is straight forward and easy to implement. Option 2 don't require any deployment and you can use SharePoint Designer to achieve this, but building it is tricky.


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Check if this helps. You need to do changes in ItemStyle.xsl <div class="description"> <td><xsl:value-of select="@ProjectProperty.Title" /> </td> <td><xsl:value-of select="@Status" /></td> <td><xsl:value-of select="@Priority" /></td> <td><xsl:value-of ...


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Perhaps this might help as well. As Nadeem mentioned, once you are on the library follow these steps: Library Settings -> click on 'Change the new button order and default content type'. If your content type is not selected, then selected it and choose the order number then click on OK. Click again on 'Change the new button order and default content' and ...


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Go to List Settings -> Click on Change new button order and default content type. You can control the order with Position from Top:



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