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i am using sharepoint 2010. I have a list where I use validation for my columns. I want to hide field "Contract Extension Reason" when Type of Contract is equal to "Contract Extension" I tried this but it says, "The formula contains a syntax error or is not supported." =IF([Type of Contract]<>"Contract Extension"...


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Please try as follows: "You have selected" & " " & 'SubcategoryDropdown'.Selected.Value & "." Simple test for your reference:


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Not sure how you plan to display the links, but it does not sound like something achievable with OOB solutions. Here are a few workarounds might help: PowerApps forms as @Namwar Rizvi suggests. Display the hyperlinks on different screens and configure redirection based on column values. Reference: Conditional Navigation - Triggered by User Selection. ...


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No, not exactly by out of the box SharePoint but you can easily customise the form by using PowrrApp customise form option. You don't need to write a java script instead you will just enter excel type formula and you are done.


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