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Mark Rackley

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Customize your SharePoint Classic Forms without InfoPath

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The Ultimate Content Slider for SharePoint

Okay, maybe not the “Ultimate”, but still.. pretty cool.

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Set Lookup Fields in Edit Forms for Large Lists in SharePoint

A couple of weeks ago I blogged about automatically setting the lookup field in a new item form when that lookup field exceeded the list view threshold:

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Automatic Parent/Child List Relationships for Large Lists in SharePoint

Maybe another title for this blog post would be “Setting lookup fields when you get the ‘This is a lookup column that displays data from another list that currently exceeds the List View Threshold defined by the administrator (5000).’ Error”.

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Multiple Lines of Text Fields in Document Libraries in SharePoint

It never fails, after YEARS of using SharePoint I can still be bitten by little things I simply never encountered before, it can be quite humbling honestly.

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Easy Digital Signatures in Classic SharePoint

It never fails-- we’ll have a client ask for digital signatures in SharePoint. Whether it is the person approving a contract, picking up a package, or signing in a signatures are always in demand. It doesn’t matter that SharePoint stores the modified date and name of the person who created/updated an item. There’s something about a physical signature that gives someone a sense of security. Or maybe the person who needs to sign is not the current user? Maybe it’s a guest signing into the office? Maybe it’s an employee going to the receptionist to pick up a package and needs to sign for it. Whether the reason is actual legal needs or a warm security blanket, it’s a common request.

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