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SharePoint Manager is a great tool , however if you are a beginner then its a bit dangerous too, you may make unintended changes. I can suggest another tool, SharePoint Site explorer or [SharePoint Insider for 2010/2013] (http://www.aurorabits.com/sharepointinsider) (not sure if it works for 2007). They have read-only and client side versions, you can first ...


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To prevent users from customizing master pages on your SharePoint sites, you can uncheck the Enable Customizing Master Pages and Layout Pages on one or both of the SharePoint Designer Settings pages. When this option is disabled, users will no longer see the Master Pages or Page Layouts links in the Navigation pane of SharePoint Designer. SharePoint ...


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Navigate through All Files->catalogs->masterpages you would be able to see the files.


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The answer has already been given. Either use Powershell to hide the field in Display Form (take a look at another discussion for some helpful guidance or at this page) #Get the web and site column objects $web = Get-SPWeb http://site $column = $web.Fields["Column To hide"] #Set the PushChangesToLists property for the changes to be applied #to lists where ...


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It is simple like this. SPUtility.GetSPField('City').Hide(); Please refer this question to show how to apply it. Edit: As far as you are concerned not only on the displaying and having high security concerns over the security of data, you better try something like creating another list with a one-to-one mapping. Then add a lookup column from first list ...



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