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How do I convert a list into a form and list that form as a link on a page?
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What do you mean list as a form? So you can edit all columns and rows on the list? You can do that with datasheet view. It's on the ribbon - list tools - list.

If not can you describe what you want to do?
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If you mean as an InfoPath Form Go to List & and click Customize Form on the List tab.
There is alos inline editing which is a bit safer than datasheet view. If you create a view then there is an option for inline editing.
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Thanks. I will try tomorrow.
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Well, I have the form already but I want the link to the form to be like a url or something I can put on a webpart so they can click on it and the form will appear. Also, once they hit submit, I would like another page to pop up of something else or just get them back to where they started. I do not want them to see the list of items after they hit submit and the info is submitted into the list. Also, is there a way to add multiple items to a list w/o adding them 1 byu one. For example, if I have like an ainventory list, they would have to enter items 1 by 1. I want them to be able to enter all the items they have then at the end hit submit and all items are submitted into 1 giant list instead of mulitple ones. This is part of an approval workflow and I want just 1 list to be sent for approval not every indivdual item.
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Not working on issue any longer
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