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Yes you can. Just go to modify view page, and add the filters like this: closing date is greater than or equal to [Today] publish date is less than or equal to [Today]


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You can do that by editing the view. If you modify the view, you will see several options for the Title field: Title Title (linked to item) Title (linked to item with edit menu) Choose the option that includes the edit menu in your view.


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If you are editing your page and you select Web Part from the Insert Ribbon then you should find the Content Query part in the Content Rollup category. If you cannot find that query then you you make sure these site features are enabled: SharePoint Server Standard Site features and these Site Collection Features: SharePoint Server Standard Site ...


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If users only need to see items they have created - then use the advanced list configuration and set item read and create/edit access that were "created by the user" Open your list In the ribbon go to settings Click on Advanced Find the Item Permission part of the page and set accordingly. Admins, owners or anyone with the 'Cancel Checkout' permission ...


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Unless I am reading your post incorrectly, this should work: 1) Go to the library/list settings 2) Click the view you would like to edit at the bottom of the page 3) Navigate down to the Sort section 4) Select the primary and secondary columns you wish to sort by 5) Choose ascending or descending 6) Click OK FYI - On the same page as the Sort ...


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Just go to your display form, edit the page and add the listview webpart of the other list you want to get data from. Edit the properties of this listview and add a webpart connection that connects the listview with the display form. There you can choose which field connects to what. ...


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The Windows Explorer view of SharePoint does not support views defined in SharePoint. Explorer view will simply shows the folders and documents present in SharePoint and ignore any views defined in SharePoint. Paul


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If you are using CQWP to display list items then you can manage the view and look and feel of your list items in any of the manner which you want. You have full access to work with look and feel of List item in CQWP using SPD. Please have a look to this link Customizing the Content Query Web Part and Item Style Or if you want to read full article on this ...


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What you want to achieve can be done using OOTB SharePoint functionality. Have a look at "Folders" section when creating a view. This allows you to create views for your folders (not including the empty columns) and for the files within the folder (showing all columns). Nice blog about this option: ...


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if you need javascript solution you can try this: $('a[name^="SPBookmark_{colname}"]').parent().parent().parent().hide(); Replace {colname} with desired column name which you want to hide.


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One possible solution: Create a Notes column, then create a list form, named something like "CustomEdit.aspx" that has nothing in it but the Notes field (hide all the other columns in the list), and use another column, named something like EditNotes to have the hyperlink to the custom edit form. Something like: ="<a ...


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Use a standard Description column and apply CSR to make it look and behave anyway you want. CSS can clean the View /* ListView - make Description fields a maximum width and height, and show full text on mouseover*/ /*.ms-itmhover is the TR row*/ .ms-vb2 .ms-rtestate-field{ max-width:40em; max-height:2em; overflow:hidden; } .ms-vb2 ...


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I wrote a CSR override script that will collapse long text fields, and provides a "show more / show less" link on each one that will allow you to expand the collapsed field so you can see the full text if you want (and then re-collapse it). MultilineShowMoreLess.js var DC = DC || {}; DC.multilineOverride = (function () { function ...



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