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SharePoint 2010 : Enable or Disable Inline Editing in a View

12/8/2010 2:48:16 PM
An advanced option available for standard views is to allow inline editing. This option changes the view to allow users to edit the details of a list item or a document without opening the Edit Properties dialog. 

To turn this option on or off when creating or editing a view, expand the Inline Editing section of the view settings page by using the plus sign next to the section title and set the Allow Inline Editing check box to the setting you want (see Figure 1).

Figure 1. Disabling the Allow Inline Editing and enabling the Allow Individual Item Checkboxes options when creating a view.



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