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You can create "Cascading DropDown" to meet your needs (only work on theSharePoint classic mode) Please following steps: 1.Create the first list named "ComputerType" 2.Create the second list named "Products" and add a Lookup column in the list 3.Create the third list named "ComputerShop" and add two Lookup columns in ...


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Adding a second answer which uses the same concept as my other answer but includes renaming the files: The first thing you'll need to do is identify which documents need to be indented. In my previous answer I used the file name starts with "----". This time, I'm going to use a yes/no column "isChild". You could also use a choice column ...


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Would this column formatting code work for you? If the file name starts with 4 dashes, it adds 25px padding-left and replaces the dashes with 4 spaces. You could add multiple conditions if required (such as 5 dashes = additional padding, etc). { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json"...


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Please following steps: 1.Enable SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature in Site collection features 2.Enable SharePoint Server Publishing feature in Manage site features 3.Go to Site Settings page, click on "Navigation" in the "Look and Feel" section 4.On the Navigation Settings page, scroll to Global Navigation section, ...


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