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@Akarsh I have it working now with this code: $(document).ready(function(){ CheckDropdown("Document Type", "Employee") }); $(document).ready(function(){ $(":input[title='Document Type']").change(function(e){ var val = $(this).val(); if (val == "10") { HideColumn("Employee","False"); } else { ...


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Yes, go to column settings, and you will find a list of checkboxes with columns from referenced list. You will be able to select any column that you wish to display.


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Try =OR((CODE(MID(Title,1,1))=65),(CODE(MID(Title,1,1))=66)) This looks at the first letter entered and compares it to ASCII code 65 or 66 (A or B) and returns true if it matches one of these and thus passes validation Andy


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Add below validation formula in Validation Settings, =OR(LEFT(Title,1)="a",LEFT(Title,1)="b") Replace 'Title' with your column name. Please note that the formula is not case-sensitive. So it would return true for column values starting with a,A,b,B. Refer below article for more examples, SharePoint Column Validation Examples


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I have used this technique to solve my issue related to required field: [SharePoint 2013 - PageLayout required field error message - Change Text / Color


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This is actually quite simple, just create a separate CSS file, attach it to the form and apply the CSS.


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You can use a external tool (u2u Caml builder, Query Helper,..) to list all fields and see their internal names https://spcamlqueryhelper.codeplex.com/ - Query Helper download


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I was able to do this using list validation (not column validation). I used this formula: =AND([End Time]<=([Created]+TIME(8,0,0)),[End Time]>[Created])


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Just a thought, you could create an empty/blank variable (of type Date-Time) and then set the column value to equal your variable. Hope this helps


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A little late, but if it can be useful to others: To change the name of a list / library columns ([Content Type], [ID] ...): View Format: Quick Edit Rename Column (Content Type exemple) Stop editing this list No change, however, in EditForm.aspx


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Even I have the same requirement. But Unfortunately we don't have any option like enforcing unique by combining 2 columns by default. Even I have researched a lot. But we can achieve this by using only info-path form. Hope the below link may help you ...


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It turns out that the "Created By" field in SharePoint is a lookup column and can display/show a number of different values about the account. If you open the column to edit it, there is a property named "Show Field". In our case, someone had changed this to "Created", which refers to the date the account was created in the user information list. That is why ...


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You will need to create custom forms for your requirement. The most popular ways to create custom forms are: SharePoint Designer: Creating a custom form in SharePoint Designer is relatively easy. You take an existing SharePoint list and use Designer to create a new .aspx page which renders and controls the form. There are files used by a list to create ...


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This is easily achievable using SharePoint Designer. Create a custom form New and Edit which is available on a click of button. then arrange your fields under a group as you like and provide label with the heading. Download SP Designer.. its very simple.


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How you can do this: Open your list and open the list settings Select the column "Plan start date" Under Validation setting type in the below formula : [Plan start date]<=[Plan end date] This help you to validate your dates before saving them. Hope this helps !


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This is a third party tailored made solution, exactly what I was looking for: http://spjsblog.com/commentbox-for-sharepoint/ I hope it can help somebody else !!



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