Category Archives: Sharepoint 2010

Download specified doc version from Sharepoint 2010 library

…this post was published on 2017 January 17. using Powershell, could be a challenge. Why? First you need to use version 2 , and if you already have other greater version installed on the machine you are forced to use only the … Continue reading

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Calculated Columns

Case 1 Used Columns: COL_TXT1, COL_NO1, COL_NO2 Calculated Column Formula: =IF(COL_TXT1=””;IF((COL_NO1+19)<=(COL_NO2+7);COL_NO2+7;COL_NO1+19);””) Explanation: If text column is blank show nothing, else based on number columns show a calculated value Example:  COL_NO1+19 =<COL_NO2+7 then COL_NO2+7 else COL_NO1+19 LINK SharePoint 2010: N/A SharePoint … Continue reading

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Library and docs permissions using Powershell

…this post was published on 2015 January 2. The Question is: How to get list’s and doc’s permissions in SharePoint 2010 using Powershell? The Answer For library: $myweb =  Get-SPWeb “Site_collection URL”  $mylist = $myweb.Lists | Where-Object { $_.Title -eq ‘docs’ } … Continue reading

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Custom CSS file linked to MasterPage

…this post was published on 2014 October 19. One of the principal changes made on Sharepoint 2013​ is masterpage. If for SharePoint 2010 , you can changed .master file directly ( using for instance Sharepoint Designer ) in Sharepoint 2013 and Office … Continue reading

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Sharepoint Designer 2010 ServicePack

…this post was published on 2014 August 9. The question is: Which version of Sahrepoint Designer 2010 Service Pack is installed on my machine? First of all, let’s assume that Sharepoint Designer is a component of MS Office suite. SO every … Continue reading

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Powershell and Site Collections

…this post was published on 2014 June 24. Starting from this post ​I will  use powershell in a Sharepoint 2010 farm, to get some details for site collections. First, initialize webapps variable  on your farm $myWebs = Get-SPWEebApplication Next, parse all … Continue reading

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Powershell script on Sharepoint

…this post was published on 2012 September 3. I start today a post regarding commands and procedures using PowerShell Script to change / work Sharepoint’s list 1. change a field on all items in a  list $my_web = get-spweb your_site_URL  $my_list … Continue reading

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Check if a file was modified after creation using powershell script

…this post was published on 2012 August 8. First we need to check all files inside the folder. For this, you can use, this powershell command: > Get-ChildItem -recurse ( if you need more infos regardind this command, use > Get-Help … Continue reading

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How to order based on column length

…this post was published on 2012 May 14. Based on post on Sharepoint 2010 Forum, this is how to order based by column value. using SHP Designer, open the form, where do you have the form, -select the webPart -pick from … Continue reading

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How to highlight two rows of a table

…this post was published on 2012 May 11. The question can be found on Scripting Forum. In that post, the first answers reffer to a static table. In this case isn’t so difficult to reffer to row’s ID. But what IF … Continue reading

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