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SharePoint developers and consultants get this requirement from clients related to list forms all too often. A client needs the default list form fields but in a different order, and maybe with some minimal business logic. For example, let us assume there are 6 columns/fields in the list. For normal users in new form/edit forms all the fields will be in editable mode. But for managers suppose you don’t want field 4 and 5 to be enabled?

Going by the most widely used practices this can be achieved three different ways:

How to Customise SharePoint List Forms in Visual Studio to Use One's Own Code

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SharePoint developers and consultants get this requirement from clients related to list forms all too often. A client needs the default list form fields but in a different order, and maybe with some minimal business logic. For example, let us assume there are 6 columns/fields in the list. For normal users in new form/edit forms all the fields will be in editable mode. But for managers suppose you don’t want field 4 and 5 to be enabled?

Going by the most widely used practices this can be achieved three different ways:

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