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Calculated Column question

  Asked By: Angelique    Date: Feb 04    Category: MOSS    Views: 1020

I have a default "Calendar" list, and I am trying to add the "End Date"
column to the traditional calendar view in SharePoint.

I found some code online that works very well, and I modified it some to
suit my exact needs, ending up with this:

=CONCATENATE((TEXT([End Time],"h:mm AM/PM"))," ",Title)

Then you just use the new calculated column in the title field of the
calendar view. Wala! You have Start time, then End Time, then title.

One problem, I would like the end time and title to be separated by a
line break...


I found one reference online to a method of entering SHIFT+ENTER at the
point you want the line break to occur. That isn't working for me for
some reason (I am using it between the quotes before "Title" in the
above example).

Anyone have any ideas?

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2 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Alexander Rocha     Answered On: Feb 04

It seems like you could do something using JQuery. Google for HTML calculated
column for starters. Basically, you'd be inserting a <BR> into the HTML to
create your line break.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Maggie Benson     Answered On: Feb 04

I think the Title field is a default single line of text...single being the
operative word.

 
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