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You could take a look at this article. It talks about padding numbers with leading zeroes which you may be able to modify with a calculated column. Below is the general idea, slightly modified to your situation. =CONCATENATE( [Column1], "-", REPT("0",4-LEN([Column2])), [Column2], "-", [Column3] ) Column1 is the field of your first ...


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No this is not possible. Sharepoint Platform does't have an field level security. You can do some smoke and mirror solution with Infopath\PowerAPp but nothing will stop user from creating a custom view and modify the content directly in the list. For some cases such solution is enough.


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Option 1: Does it have to be entirely in SharePoint? Why not build the page out using exactly the things that you know, HTML/CSS/JS and make all of your connections to a SharePoint list? Option 2: Edit the form in SharePoint designer.


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KGlasier's approach works perfectly in my test list.


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