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Custom Forms – Role trimming the columns

Posted by Brian Gough on October 12, 2009

On Saturday October 10th, I conducted a Hands-On-Lab for creating custom display and edit forms using SharePoint Designer 2007. This Lab was part of the Enterprise Developers Guild’s 9th Code Camp!

It was a great turn out. We had 234 attendees, and ran 9 tracks of excellent content! Thanks to our sponsors, Code Camp Sponsors, every attendee was able to take home a book, and they had a nice eco-friendly bag from Wrox press to carry it in!

My lab ran for 1 hour so I was not able to cover the steps for role trimming what columns are displayed on your custom forms. You can find information about how to do this by using the links below…

Screen Cast by Laura Rodgers – http://www.endusersharepoint.com/2009/09/17/custom-form-edit-fields-based-on-permission-levels-in-sharepoint-screencast/

Laura Rodgers’ blog on the topic – http://sharepoint911.com/blogs/laura/archive/2009/01/24/displaying-sharepoint-fields-by-permission-level.aspx

Ian Morrish’s Blog – http://www.wssdemo.com/Blog/archive/2007/08/04/sharepoint-data-view-conditional-formatting-based-on-user-permissions.aspx

 

I will be presenting on how to create custom forms at SharePoint Saturday in Raleigh, NC on November 7th. So if you did not make it to the Guild Code Camp, try to make it to SharePoint Saturday!

 

See you around the community!

Brian Gough

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