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You can create a custom new form through SharePoint Designer and set it as the default new form. This will enable SharePoint to open the custom form when you click on Add item link. Create a new custom list form Custom Form through SharePoint Designer Another approach is to customize the list form through InfoPath Designer Customizing SharePoint List ...


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If you're a beginner, the easiest way is through InfoPath. The path to get there depends on your version of SharePoint (wasn't indicated in your question). Just google something like... SharePoint (version year) InfoPath custom forms tutorial


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I've learned a couple things that might help you. For one, you could use Firefox and Firebug to try to verify that the elements you want to select are being selected in the jQuery code. When I'm having trouble getting something to work using jQuery, I sometimes go back to writing it in javascript. I learned that selecting elements by the "ID" that you write ...


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Since the code for the initial set of show & hide seem so similar, it sounds like your second set of code isn't getting called. An alert statement inside of your code alert( ex: ("Hello World"); ) would help. You can also try changing the method you use to watch for the change to $("select[title = 'Field1']").change(function () { and see if you get ...


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I suggest you create a mapped drive to the /_catalogs/masterpage directory (if possible). Open the /_catalogs/masterpage directory (explorer preferred) Copy the Seattle.html, so it will create new version and then rename it. After renaming to mycustommaster.html you can now edit with SPD. SPD = SharePoint Designer


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You can use the following commands to add the new member in the custom proxy group. #obtain the identity of the service application $SAProxy = Get‐SPServiceApplicationProxy | ? {$_.DisplayName ‐eq "Name of Service Application"} #add the Service Application's proxy to the proxy group you want to Add‐SPServiceApplicationProxyGroupMember "name of proxy ...


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Using .Net 3.5 System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement; you can query AD using below code string userName = SPContext.Current.Web.CurrentUser.UserName; PrincipalContext oPrincipalContext = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, "MyDomain","DC=MyDomain,DC=com"); UserPrincipal oUserPrincipal = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(oPrincipalContext, userName); ...


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I figured out the issue. Any custom list forms must be kept in the folder for the list it belongs to. SharePoint 2007 does some sort of synchronization with the forms for the list to be sure the correct version is being used. This doesn't happen if the custom list form is not in that folder. I moved all the forms from SitePages to the relevant folder and ...



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