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You need to use the Import-Csv to import the CSV data into PowerShell, and then you can loop through it. So if you have a specific value you want to compare against and then update a list item in SharePoint, in your case comparing Money and then updating the list item matching the Customer number, the following can be an inspiration: # Load in the CSV ...


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ask someone who has permission to the site or the site collection administrator. There is no other way


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If you're using SharePoint Foundation 2010, then this is a known issue where a custom list has a lookup field to another custom list that contains more than 20 items. If you set the value of the lookup field to "None," then you'll get the error. It looks like you'll need to apply an update to SharePoint to resolve the error. Here's more info: ...


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As per what Daniel suggested; #Add SharePoint PowerShell Snapin which adds SharePoint specific cmdlets Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -EA SilentlyContinue #Load in the CSV $delimeter = "," $csvData = Import-Csv C:\CustomerData\customerspend.csv -Delimiter $delimeter #Site Collection where you want to upload files $webURL = ...


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I pulled some scribles out of my OneNote, several options: CSS Add some extra styles to the existing CSS classes .ms-vb2 .ms-rtestate-field{ max-width:250px; max-height:38px; overflow:hidden; } .ms-vb2 .ms-rtestate-field:hover{ max-height:none; } In Chrome I use the StyleBot plugin to fool around with ...



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