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Cascading Drop-Down List in SharePoint 2010 using InfoPath 2010

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Cascading drop-down is a common business requirement. SharePoint 2007 does not support cascading drop-down list by default. User have to write custom SharePoint field and it’s not easy to implement. With SharePoint 2010, User able to customize SharePoint form in easy way by using the powerful of InfoPath Designer. Following is the step guides to create a cascading drop-down list solution in SharePoint 2010 without require a lot of IT knowledge.
Scenario: We build a cascading for Address List. We have three list: City, District and Ward
1. Create City List
- In SharePoint 2010, create a custom List and named as “City”
- Add Two Item to this list: Hanoi and TP HCM
2. Create District List
- In SharePoint 2010, create a custom List and named as “District”
- Create a Lookup column named as “City”. This column get information from City List in the column Title.
- Add 4 items to District list

3. Create Ward List
- In SharePoint 2010, create a custom List and named as “Ward”.
- Create…

Cascading Drop-Down List in SharePoint 2010 using InfoPath 2010

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Cascading drop-down is a common business requirement. SharePoint 2007 does not support cascading drop-down list by default. User have to write custom SharePoint field and it’s not easy to implement. With SharePoint 2010, User able to customize SharePoint form in easy way by using the powerful of InfoPath Designer. Following is the step guides to create a cascading drop-down list solution in SharePoint 2010 without require a lot of IT knowledge.
Scenario: We build a cascading for Address List. We have three list: City, District and Ward
1. Create City List
- In SharePoint 2010, create a custom List and named as “City”
- Add Two Item to this list: Hanoi and TP HCM
2. Create District List
- In SharePoint 2010, create a custom List and named as “District”
- Create a Lookup column named as “City”. This column get information from City List in the column Title.
- Add 4 items to District list

3. Create Ward List
- In SharePoint 2010, create a custom List and named as “Ward”.
- Create …

SharePoint 2010 – How to use Audio and Video Webpart

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Video and Audio Web Part [a.k.a Media Web Part] is one of the new cool web parts in SharePoint 2010, so in this article I am going to show you the way to add this web part in your page.
To add Media web part to the page you must activate those two features
1- SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure Feature in Site Collection features 2- SharePoint Server Publishing Feature in Site features After that edit page then click on Insert tab in SharePoint Ribbon then select Video and Audio Now the Media Web Part in the page
Click on the Media Web Part and you will find Options Tab in the Ribbon As you can see in the Options tab there are Chang Media button allow you to select the video and Chang Image button to change the image of web part and Styles (Dark, Light)
Click on Change Media to select the Media file. From Computer opens up the Upload media so you can upload the video and display it. Once you click ok and saving the page. Click on play button and enjoy tour video