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Hi, fairly new to SharePoint - wonder if you can point me in the right direction.
I’m looking to present various fields from a list as a webpage/report. But, I don’t want it to look like a list, rather as a wiki page with dynamic text.
What would be the best approach here?
The context is we have a series of project document templates, all in word that we need to fill in. However, there is lots of overlap.
What I’ve begun doing is writing the field entries up in a list against the project ie project sponsor, risk rating, start date etc.
What I then want to do is have a set of pages that I can format and pull the various fields I need. Thus, I can design a page for our security team or finance team, each will see their standard report but the fields are all driven from a central list.
The key is making it look and feel like their normal reports!
Hoping someone has come across this ask before. I have a column that I have set to display the average of via column totals. The column is just a number column, no calculations. The text at the top will show anywhere between 3 and 15 digits. Is there any way to specify to round to 2 decimal places for column totals? Thanks in advance!