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Showing column headers in SharePoint 2010

Posted on 2014-01-30
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I have imported a list into SharePoint 2010.  The column headers do not show when viewing the list or in Standard View under List in List Tools.  The headers will only show in Datasheet View under List in List Tools.  Can I have the headers show on the other views?
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Open the List menu and modify the view (standard view). Check the column headings you want to show. Otherwise include a screen shot so I can better understand what your having as an issue.
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Thanks for responding.  I do not see where column headings can be selected in Modify View.  Please see below screen shots.  The first is showing the list in Standard View with no headings.  The second is showing the headings in Datasheet view.  The third is showing the edit view page with the columns selected.
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Your template has somehow been modified to remove the list headers. This behavior is not standard. If you test on a new site with a standard template you should see the headers in the list.
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Ok thank you.  That makes sense.  My responsibility is only with this list and I was not aware of the template settings.
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