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As an alternative (only to display a Hyperlink in a VIEW) you can use a calculated column, with the datatype set to DateTime (Number will align the HTML to the right) to output it as HTML. This also has the maximum string length of 255 characters BUT you can concatenate multiple strings up to the maximum Formula length of 4000 bytes ="<a href='http://...


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You can not increase the limit. Possible workaround You can use Multi-Text column find more here OR You can use URL shortener like https://goo.gl/ and then store the URL in your hyperlink column. Google's URL shortener has JavaScript API. So call this API from your JS code and then store it in your hyperlink column. https://gist.github.com/hayageek/...


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You can't increase the character limit of the hyperlink column. But you have a workaround for it, Add a Multi-Text column to your list Edit the item that has long URL Go to the Multi-Text field and you will get Rich-Content Ribbon Click Insert on the Ribbon > Link > To Address Add your Title and long URL in the respected field Source: ...


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Add ?subject= at the end of the mailto link and then add the subject line, replacing spaces with %20. So if you want an email link to go to person@company.com with a subject line that says "this is important", you would format the link as follows: mailto:person@company.com?subject=this%20is%20important you can also add body text by appending &body= ...


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Maybe this will help anyone who doesn't want to use css or javascript magic and just use OOB SharePoint columns. For me multiline text field with enabled rich editing *including HTML) worked nicely. I just putted in as field value html generated like this: private string GenerateUrlLinkForMultilineTextField(string url) { return "<div class='...


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I don't think so. In theory, you could map the SharePoint library as a drive, and then create symlinks to the new file location. That would be quite a bit to configure and manage, and prone to failure with connectivity issues. That solution would probably not work if you are talking about internal links between Excel workbooks/files. There are 3rd ...


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The simplest way to achieve it is using SharePoint Designer Workflow, Say you have a Document library with name 'Test Documents' and Promoted links list as 'Latest Document Link' Create a SharePoint Designer Workflow for the 'Test Documents' Library Set the 'Start Option of the Workflow' as 'Start Workflow when an item is created' In the Workflow, Update ...


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To jump from 'Heading 1' to 'Section 1' on the same wiki page: Highlight 'Heading 1', insert link 'from address' Text to Display: Heading 1 Address: #Section 1 click ok then.. Highlight 'Section 1', insert link 'from address' Text to Display: Section 1 Address: # click ok Highlight 'Section 1' again In Bookmark (in link tab) write: Section 1 Save page.


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I dealt with this a while ago and found that it is an issue that has no real fix. For me, the hyperlinks worked when I was in Internet Explorer but not in Chrome, so I installed the IETab application (and instructed other end users to install and use it as well). Using that allowed the hyperlinks to work in the Word web app while browsing in Chrome.


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As SharePoint does not support to have hyperlink column as lookup field, you might have to use some additional scripting to get the desired solution. You may try following steps to get the desired output. Create CourseLink column in COURSE list as Single line of text. Update Course lookup column in ROLE-COURSE list as shown in following screenshot. i.e. ...


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You don't have to go the CSR route but some JavaScript is required. You already know the HTML in Calculated Column trick... Let's extend that, the data you are after is in the global ctx object disclaimer; I did not test this exact code, might be typos ="<img src=""/_layouts/images/blank.gif"" onload=""{" &"var TR=this.parentNode.parentNode....


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This answer is for the regular user. I can't use SharePoint Designer or extensive javascript and I only have typical user permissions to edit my own pages. I needed to open a new User Agreement document in MS Word, have the user fill out the form fields, sign it digitally, and save it with a useful file name. So I needed a single click button on the ...


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Agree with Roland - I'd try putting the link as: file://corporate.com/division/stuff%20more%20stuff/file.xls That should work OK within the browser.



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