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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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sharepoint has 2 master page, system and site, views and all other admin related pages uses system master page, sites pages uses site master page, make changes accordingly. see following screenshots, first screen shows site collection features need to be activated at site collection level, second screen show feature need to be activated at site level and ...


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if category means group, just edit web part properties and change the group


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Having tested, you are indeed correct, this does appear to be a bug. However, I would note that the "Show Toolbar" option is the 2007 version of the toolbar and thus, isn't the default. "Full Toolbar" is the 2013 equivalent and appears to reset itself each time you create a view, as you yourself explained. My apologies


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Create a Button Create a dictionary like below: private Dictionary<string, object> EnumerateFieldControls() { Dictionary<string, object> fieldValues = new Dictionary<string, object>(); try { foreach (Control validator in _listFieldIterator.ItemContext.FormContext.FieldControlCollection) ...


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SharePoint doesn't provide a facility for securing individual columns, I mean OOTB. The lowest level SharePoint operates at is security on a whole list item. We can modify the NewForm.aspx or EditForm.aspx or DispForm.aspx to restrict certain columns to be read only or hide by checking permissions with the help of ECMA script and JQuery. Another possible ...



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