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You have to be carefull with opening and closing quotes I copy/pasted your formula (start with 4 spaces so StackOverlfow displays it like code), only added some new lines and spaces for readablity =IF( ISBLANK([DS/F Attachment(s)]) ,"N/A" ,"="<a href='SiteURL/TaskerDocuments/" &[DS/F Attachment(s)] ...


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Solving this problem in the list view can be done simply and without opening SPD: Make sure the value you want to display for the lookup column is one of the additional fields for that lookup (yes, you can include the most helpful column as both the value for 'In this column' as well as tick it in the additional fields list) (Optional) Edit the display ...


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I don't know about stripping off the spans, but you can override the default styles by using an Alternate CSS file. You create a CSS file that targets the elements you want to style, so for targeting navigation elements you might use selectors like #DeltaTopNavigation a.ms-navedit-linkNode { /* for links in the top nav bar */ } #sideNavBox .root li { ...


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My understanding is that you need documents to be found easily based on metadata. Considering that requirement, the suggested approach would be to create a aContent Type based on Document with a Managed Metadata column. Documents can then be tagged with terms from the term store, which in turn will be surfaced by the refiners in a Search page. Regarding ...



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