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You can try below formula =YEAR([DateField]) + MONTH([DateField]) OR =TEXT([DateField], "YYYYMM")


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So if I understand correctly you want to track changes to list items, right? Powershell script You can try this script to see the changes on your site collection and then filter the ones applying to the list Workflow as Amal Hashim suggested Alerts on the list:


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I don't think you can achieve this out of the box. Below is a workaround which I think will work Create a hidden list which is used to store the changes Create a workflow that runs on item created or updated Make entries to the audit list along with date and time Now have another workflow that runs every week. You can use Pause Activity for a week and ...


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What version of Internet Explorer are you using? This functionality works fine for me on IE 11 (in and out of compatibility mode). Also, are you using the List tab in the ribbon and the "Export to Excel" option there? Its possible it is also an issue with the number of rows you're exporting, how many items are in the list?


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This is the official documentation on co-authoring in SharePoint 2013: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff718235.aspx In a nutshell, you need the following: An Office Web Apps 2013 server; SharePoint 2013 configured to work with OWA 2013; A library to store documents for co-authoring; At least "Contribute" permissions for users who are meant to ...


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Yes you can use macro enabled documents as Template. Associate a document template with a content type From the home page of the top-level site in the site collection, on the Site actions menu, point to Site Settings, and then click Modify All Site Settings. In the Galleries section, click Site content types. On the Site Content Type Gallery page, click ...


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With Microsoft Access you can link all 3 SharePoints lists, built a Query and Export whatever you want



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