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For anyone interested I accomplished this using a simple css edit in the head of the page code below if anyone needs: <style type="text/css"> #contentBox {margin-left: 20px !important;} #SearchBox {display:none;} #suiteBarTop {display:none !important;} #s4-ribbonrow{display:none !important;} </style> <Sharepoint:...


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If you are working default list forms and you are victim of some unwanted changes and you want to revert the form to original then you can do this by following some of simple steps. Solution-1: Open any existing form that is perfectly working from other list. Remove ListFormWebpart from broken page "<WebPartPages:ListFormWebPart ... to</...


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No, it wont work with SharePoint Designer 2010 because there is a shift in the code base from 2010 to 2013. However SharePoint Server 2016 is built on the same code base as SharePoint 2013 and the fact that you still can use SharePoint Designer 2013 on SharePoint Online, there are reasons to believe that SharePoint Designer 2013 will function very well ...


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This is easy to do in workflows. However, your probably want 3 separate workflows. The one that runs on create would send the original email, then Wait for Status to equal Completed, then send another email. The other two would send alerts on changes in Assigned To and Due Date. Wait for Assigned To to not equal Assigned to, then send email. Wait for Due ...


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Unfortunately, you can not do it via SP designer without customization but you can do it via jquery or embedded script editor after converting List view to Data view as mentioned below Edit Newform as the advanced mode . From the above ribbon > Insert new form > custom list form . the list fields now are shown within the table try to use conditional ...


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You can do this SPServices. The $().SPServices.SPArrangeChoices method lets you define how many to put in a row.


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Using workflow you will not be able to validate which field got changed. Workflow kick starts after update and the previous data will be out of context. You best option is to use an Event Receiver.


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This feature is not available as out of the box (you need to customize it with visual web part or InfoPath form) Regarding switching from check box to drop down Go to List Settings > In the column settings > Select drop down instead check box


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I'm now told over at MSDN that this is not possible OOTB. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/511f5495-07af-457c-aa8b-bc45910cdcf1/using-spd-workflow-to-set-approval-workflow-task-outcome?forum=sharepointcustomization



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