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SharePoint List View in default provides the "Group By" functionality. Goto List Sessting --> Edit View and there you can find "Group By" options. A SharePoint List View can be grouped by 2 columns values in default. Reference Links: https://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/sites/eusp/pages/sharepoint-group-by-a-column-with-multiple-values.aspx 1.1 ...
I think the key sentence is: You can include custom information in content type definitions by adding special XML nodes meaning that there is a possibility to add your own nodes in addition to the "SharePoint standard ones" Here is another snippet: SharePoint Foundation itself includes pre-defined XML documents you can use to specify custom forms ...
If the title field is not needed it's better to not use it at all, than to use it for another text field. As standard it shows as a link and you have very little freedom with it (not to mention the other bugs it can throw up) If you want to exclude the Title field from your list and forms all you need to do is: Set the title field as not required under ...
I think the easiest way is to change the Title column of a list programmatically. var field = customersList.Fields[SPBuiltInFieldId.Title]; field.Title = "My New Title"; field.Update(); Check this answer: http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/36024/11333
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