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Go to List settings -> under Content Types heading all the content types the list is using are listed Click any content type, this will list all the columns and click the column you will be able to delete the column by using Remove button at the bottom (don't worry it will not delete from the parent content type - it will just delete the column from list ...
If you change the column type to single line you will lose all richness and new lines. There are three things I see that you can do: Change the column type and just lose all the richness and new lines immediately. Add a new single line text column and fill it with the text from the current column, and hide the current column. This will hold your old values ...
Give this a shot Open list settings and try setting the default view to AllItems. Or create a new view and set it as the default view.
Edit your view and in the "Group By" section, select the Expanded option for this property : "By default, show groupings:"
0x80070005 means access denied...Make sure the account which is running powershell have the right permission on the site collection...also try to run the powershell console as Adminsitrator. Sometimes, when you provision a list instance with Visual Studio, the provisioning could fail if there were errors in the script. Then you got a corrupted list. This ...
You cannot create a lookup for a "List name" in SharePoint. Possible alternatives would be creating a choice column which has a list of values, or customizing the new item page (using JS link) to fetch a set of lists inside current web and display them in a drop-down.
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