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You should be able to achieve this using a calculated field. You can build your code into the calculated field. One thing to do though is make sure you set the calculated field to numeric and not text. It needs the numeric setting to render properly. You can find an example similar to your situation here: ...


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Option #1: Use jQuery/Javascript on DOM ready SharePoint creates two text fields for the URL field type, you'd need to set the value for the second matching element using javascript. Here's an example using jQuery: $(document).ready(function() { //Note: id selector below needs to be the internal name //Use Firebug or IE tools to see how id(s) are ...


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I see the same behavior in my environment - if I have a hyperlink field, search seems to return the link but not the description. The easiest way to approach this I think is to create a new display template. Copy the Item_TwoLines.html that resides in your Master Page Gallery > Display Templates > Content Web Parts. Be sure to change the ...


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Just insert the picture you want to use, and while the picture is still selected, select insert from the ribbon again and choose insert Link. Leave the Text to display blank and paste the Url. Save the page. Now when anyone click on the image, the link should open.


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Go to the InfoPath form you want to link to (I'm assuming this is attached to a SharePoint list or library) and open it by clicking on New item or New document on the list or library. With it open copy the URL from your web browser - that is the link you will use to add to the picture. I'm not sure if you need to know how to add a picture to your sight but ...


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Remove the quotation marks, your URL string should then read: http://SharePointUrl/Site/List/DispForm.aspx?title=ABC001 Hope this helps :)


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So not sure entirely what you are looking for here. If you just want to link to the file, then you can do so in a hyperlink on a List as long as you have that in the content type you are using. However, if you are trying to have the system link to the file for you then you are going to take some more configuration. You have a couple of options: Search ...


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It's not going to open it in Outlook. They have to download the file first and then follow the steps in the provided link based on what version of Outlook they are using. Sorry to bust your bubble. How to Open the OFT File Type


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An easy way to install this script on your site is the free Plain365 installer: https://fiechter.eu/p365/ The deployed script contains improvements to be compatible with MDS.



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