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Go to Site Settings >> Navigation. You can see all options related to navigation. Links don't have to be subsites, you can add a link to Google if you want and it would appear just as you want.


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You don't have to do so, this step will Edit the current page. Open SharePoint Designer from any machine, and click Open Site and connect to your site collection as http://servername/sites/SiteCollection , and from there you can navigate to the workflows section and start your workflow.


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Do you have SharePoint designer installed on the server? If you do not, install it first. Once you have the SP designer, Open it and 'Open Site' and give the URL to your site, this should do it or you should get more relevant error if there is one. Also , you do nor need Internet to access a site from SP designer, if the SP designer is on the same server ...


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You can add this attachment control inside a Section control & make a formatting rule on the section to be hidden on certain condition so it would hide this attachment control with it. You can't just hide attachment control directly in InfoPath.


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You can create a view with following filters [Created] = [Me] Or [Approver] = [Me] Then provide only Contribute permission to the users so they won't modify the view.


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This is known issue with custom forms. Can you try replacing "<SharePoint:FormField" with <SharePoint:ClientPeoplePicker runat="server" ID="MyControlName" Required="true" ValidationEnabled="true" InitialHelpText="text" VisibleSuggestions="3" Rows="1" AllowMultipleEntities="true" CssClass="ms-long ms-spellcheck-true" /> you can also try the ...


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Why it didn't work with workflows? Did you make sure that the workflow is running on item created on List1? Did you make sure you're not testing the workflow with System Account? If you've seen the workflow "In Progress", did it throw any errors?



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