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How to hide Recurrence field from new item form in calendar list

Posted on 2011-03-15
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When create new item in calendar list, there are some fields are not necessary to show in the form. Such as Recurrence, Workspace...
How can i hide them in New Item Form, Edit Form and Dislay Form?
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You will need to create a custom NewItem.aspx by copying the original (never edit the original EditFor, NewForm or DispForm). You will need to sue SharePoint Designer for this.

In the copy, in the same web part zone as the original web part, insert a Sharepoint Control/Custom List Form of type New Item Form. You can now customize this custom list form as desired - I prefer to hide the fileds i don't want by changing the class to .ms-hidden, in case I ever need to bring them back later.  Now use the original web part's "web part properties" to set it to hidden.  You will need to do the same for the DispForm and EditForm pages if you wnat the fields hidden there. You will then need to set the custom forms as the supporting forms for the list. You can do this by right mouse clicking the list name in the folder list and choosing the Supporting Files tab. Good luck.
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