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Shorten long text in ListView

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JQuery function to shorten long Multi-Line fields and display a hover note

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Moving SharePoint Lists and Libraries

Moving SharePoint Lists and Libraries | SharePoint Wijzer | Scoop.it

The procedure for moving lists and libraries is basically the same. However, there are quite a number of tiny steps, some of which are far from intuitive (e.g. uploading a “List template” as a “Document).  So here is my cheat sheet:

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SLAM! SP List Association Manager

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SharePoint List Association Manager (SLAM) allows you to define relationships (one to one, one to many, many to many) between SharePoint lists or Content Types and then leverage those relationships in webparts or custom field types using familiar...
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Sync Excel 2010 to SharePoint List

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Synchronize Excel 2010 to SharePoint List with Excel 2007 Add-In

 

Note: Access 2010 can also sync to SharePoint.

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Expand/Collapse All Groups in View

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JQuery code to Expand/Collapse ALL groups with one click

 

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SharePoint 2010 Batch Edit

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Bulk & Batch updating list & document properties in SharePoint 2010. This ribbon custom action makes it possible to update multiple items with Managed Metadata properties, Enterprise Keywords, people picker, and many more.
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SharePoint Solutions: Fetch a Text from richtext SharePoint List Item

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Fetch a Text from richtext SharePoint List Item
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[$$] SharePoint Relational Tabs

[$$] SharePoint Relational Tabs | SharePoint Wijzer | Scoop.it

[$59 Server License] - Incode Software Solutions

Build Relational Tab Relationships between Lists, Document Libraries, Document Sets

(e.g. an Order list can have an OrderLineItems list related)

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Powershell Update User Information List

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By looking at this list you can see that several key pieces of information are stored here – unfortunately, when you change this information in Active Directory the information stored here is not updated (even after running a full or incremental import via UPS). To complicate matters there is no way to edit the information via the browser, thus the need for a PowerShell script.

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Choice vs Managed Metadata fields

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The new Managed Metadata service Term Sets can be exposed through the Managed Metadata field construct but provides a different User Experience compared to a Choice field.

When should you use a Choice field versus a Managed Metadata field in SharePoint 2010? Should all choice fields be converted to the new MMD fields?

 

 

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Fixing problems Datasheet View

Fixing problems Datasheet View | SharePoint Wijzer | Scoop.it

The List cannot be displayed in Datasheet view (WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007)

 

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/use-datasheet-view-in-64-bit-office-2010-HA101882420.aspx#_Toc265847153

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Danny Engelman's comment, May 7, 2013 5:45 AM
When using 64-bit Office install the 2007 DatabaseEngine: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=23734