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Your question is pretty vague, so I can only give some basic instruction. First of all, try and see if the content type you are searching is under another category from the "Select parent content type from" dropdown. I think this is pretty obvious, but it is still worth to check. Second, know that some of the available content type are provisoned by ...


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Open SharePoint Designer. Open the website that contains your list with the calculated column. Click on "Lists and Libraries" in the left column (under Site Objects). On the right, click on the list that contains your calculated column. Under "Content Types", click on the content type where you want to hide the calculated column In the content type screen, ...


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To hide any list column follow these steps: 1. Go to List Settings > Advanced Settings 2. Select option 'Yes' for Allow management of content types? 3. Now, in List Settings, go to 'Item' content type in Content Types section. 4. In Columns section click on the column you want to make hidden. 5. In Column Settings > Select Hidden option > OK ...


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If all you want to do is create a whole lot of columns, Powershell is the way to go. You can use this script to create a column. $site = Get-SPSite -Identity $row.SiteCollectionURL $web = $site.RootWeb # Assign fieldXML variable with XML string for Site Column $fieldXML = '*Your XML here*' # Create Site Column from XML string ...


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This is not really a good use of a list. The number of columns in a list should ideally be fixed. why don't you build your list with the following columns? User/group, subsite, access rights granted, you need to add the same user or group more than once (once for each subsite), but you could report the data in excel by using a pivot table. And speaking ...


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The most common way would be to create your own content type, deriving from Document and add the custom column to this new content type. That way you would not run in to this kind of clashes with other OOTB content types that already inherits from Document. This custom content type could be created and published from a Content Type Hub, making it available ...


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Well, the description of the Summary Links Column is as follows: Summary Links is a site column created by the Publishing feature. It is used on the Welcome Page Content Type to display a set of links. maybe this answers your question. My Suggestion is: Use Summary Links Web Part (Under Content Rollup) OR Use Multi line of text column (choose ...



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