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If what you are talking about is the webpart's title taking people to the custom list, the only way I have effectively addressed that is to change the Chrome for the webpart's appearance setting from "Default" to None or Border only and then adding a content editor webpart above it and type in and format the title I want.


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The below approach is using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel, to the function ProcessProjectPlannerExcel I have passed the excel file url from my document library and I have read the data from excel sheet according to my need. Kindly change the for loop i values, using Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel; public void ProcessProjectPlannerExcel(string ...


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You will need to use Two AND filters, based on three fields. Is the task complete more than 7 days ago? [Today]-7 Is the task complete? Yes The following is the filtered list from more than 7 days ago. The following is the list with all items. If you use a user entry field, this all you need to do. Otherwise, you can have a lot of fun by creating a ...


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As Rothrock's reply, if you only want to the CSS style works in the page content, you need modify the style like example below. <style> #contentBox{ font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif !important; font-size: 15px !important; } </style> Or custom font for content(include quick launch navigation) using style below. <style> #...


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Yup. That is how css works. The rules you define are applied to all elements that match the selector. So if you use something like ul {background-color: red;} Will match every ul element tag on the page and change its background to red. That is why the nav is being formated -- because it is a list. Fortunately you can create selectors that are more ...


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