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You can simply restructure the HTML table. Assuming the default layout is as follows: __________________________ |Field1| | |______|___________________| |Field2| | |______|___________________| |Field3| | |______|___________________| And the corresponding code is: <tr> ...


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No need to change the HTML You can target the TDs in TR (3rd row) with the CSS selector: .ms-formtable tr:nth-child(3) td { border-bottom:2px solid red; } The TR does not accept border styles


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Edit Newform as advanced mode . From the above ribbon > Insert new form > cutom list form . the list fields now shown within table add a new row > merge it > and from the Above ribbon > Check HTML Control > Add Horizontal line at the new row Don't forget to remove old WebPartPages:XsltListViewWebPart


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I hope you are using InfoPath 2010 (as you havne't mentioned the version in your question) to submit data in multiple SharePoint list from single form. So, You can't achieve this through OOB solution. You can only submit data to one single list. Have a look at the following article, hope it helpful. InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint 2010 – List Forms vs ...


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I quit using InfoPath and learned how to use highly customized forms in SharePoint Designer for the same requirement you are trying to satisfy. Using javascript you can use the default preSaveAction() function that SharePoint forms will use every time they are saved. Inside that function you would need to use jquery SPServices UpdatelistItems to make a New ...


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Danny gave a great answer already, but in case someone is looking to do this within a SharePoint-Hosted App, you can create a custom button within Default.aspx with this code: <asp:HyperLink CssClass="menuLink" runat="server" NavigateUrl="JavaScript:window.location = _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + '/Lists/ListName/NewForm.aspx?Source=' +...



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