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answered SPD Update List Item - If “field” in Current List equals “Yes”, then Update status in List 2
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comment Create item from InfoPath form TO SharePoint calendar, then delete from calendar if form deleted or updated?
I'm just now able to get back to this project, it was on-hold for awhile. I used the SPD action as you described it, which is now shows "Wait for Modified to equal Today" and then I added the action "Update item" and chose the calendar item to update. I am still doing something wrong though, as it is not updating on the calendar. I chose the same fields in the list to be updated (Title, Start date, End date, etc). Any idea on what I may be doing wrong? Thanks for your help!
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comment Create item from InfoPath form TO SharePoint calendar, then delete from calendar if form deleted or updated?
No, I've never used Wait for change before. But that does make perfect sense. If I choose "Modified" for the first field, how would I end that activity? It doesn't make sense to put "is equal" to something. Can you show an example? I've seen before, and tested, a way to delete from the calendar once the form has been deleted. However I accidentally deleted that test workflow. Now I cannot find the forum that I found the directions. So hoping someone can help me!
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asked Create item from InfoPath form TO SharePoint calendar, then delete from calendar if form deleted or updated?
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comment SharePoint Library - Multiple Content Types - Each Type as a link on page to open document
Thanks for your response, but I'm not sure how that helps me create buttons/hyperlinks to all my content types. I'm fairly new to SharePoint, and definitely am not a programmer. Would you mind being more specific in your explanation? Again, much appreciated!
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