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Posted on 2012-03-11
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Once I respond to a setting and go into site settings, the survey is listed as 'View Response #18' under View Response in Overview view.  Is there any way to change this?
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by:ezskol
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Can you please explain it in more details?

Do you want to view more than just one response?

Or do you want to reset the Survey so that the first response should be View Response #1?
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by:ejosep04
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After creating a test set of responses to my survey, I click on 'Show all Responses'. This brings me a page where the first column is titled 'View Response'.  Each time I complete the survey, the 'View Response' column show 'View Response #xx'.  Is it possible to change this title to View EmpName Response?
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ezskol earned 1500 total points
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Definitely not from the out of the box SharePoint, but I don't see why you want to do that since there already is a Created By column with the name of each person who responded to the survey.
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