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Just create new forms in Designer and delete what you don't want displayed. Be sure they aren't required fields that aren't answered yet, or you'll get errors, but it's super simple.


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I found some notes I made. This code solves my issue.<tr style="display:none"><tr>


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I think the submit option on your list is not working correctly (in that case only save/submit option on the form does not give any error but the data won't get saved on the list). Customize your list and make sure your submit button is connected properly.


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This looks like it's a problem: '__redirect={CxEditForm.aspx}' You aren't passing any List Item ID to the form, so it doesn't know what item to retrieve. A typical editform will have a URL like:/EditForm.aspx?ID=8. The wiring of the ListItemID should be automatically created in your custom editform, but you still need to pass the parameter. I forget the ...


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Open SharePoint Designer 2013, and select the Open Site menu: Type the site name into the Open Site dialog box, and click the Open button. Go to the Lists and Libraries tab, and select any list that needs to be modified: Go to the Forms section. You will see three default forms including: DispForm.aspx: Display item form EditForm.aspx: Edit item form ...


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Open the edit form page in browser and then add a Script Editor Webpart. Edit the Snippet and use below script <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ var textToAppend = "<b>Text to Insert</b><br/>"; var temp = $('select[Title="Content Type"]').parent().html(); ...


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In File < Submit Options < Advanced, is "After Submit" set correctly?


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This is known issue with custom forms. Can you try replacing "<SharePoint:FormField" with <SharePoint:ClientPeoplePicker runat="server" ID="MyControlName" Required="true" ValidationEnabled="true" InitialHelpText="text" VisibleSuggestions="3" Rows="1" AllowMultipleEntities="true" CssClass="ms-long ms-spellcheck-true" /> you can also try the ...


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Using browser developer tool from the items you want to eliminate from Print out. Then during the Print button click you can open up the print page and pass a query string something like http://url/pagetoprint.aspx?IsPrint=1 Now in that page, add a JavaScript to read the QueryString, and if it is present then hide those elements using jQuery ...


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Create field on list 1 to store value -> Create a workflow so when you create item on List 1, it creates item on list 2. Then waits 1 minute, then updates List 1 with ID from List 2. This way the pause will allow the ID to be generated before attempting to update it. This works if you don't need immediate access to the ID link and can wait 1 minute for it to ...


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Why not submitting the second item first using REST or JSOM, and when it's submitted you get the ID and use it to link and submit the first item.


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One way to do this can be by creating an ItemAdded event handler in the first list. In the event handler code add an item in the second list and retrieve the ID of this newly created item and then finally update the lookup column in the first list using above ID.


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Have you tried using the WOPIFrame to help you with it. To do that you probably have to do some custom coding the SP Designer itself. But to understand more on WOPIFrame check out the following URL. https://chrishattonnzlsp.wordpress.com/category/office-web-apps-server-2013/



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