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lparkerMDVIP
Helper III
Helper III

Creating a combox box with a distinct data source, but in need of "All" option

Hello!!

 

Does anyone have a formula for a combo box items property that needs an option for "All Items" as well as options coming from a SharePoint list column?

 

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @lparkerMDVIP ,

Yes, but you will need a Collection

If your column was Widgets in your List MySPList  (call the collection whatever you want)

ClearCollect(colDD,{Widgets:"All Items"});
Collect(colDD,MySPList.Widgets)

 The Items of your drop-down would then be 

colDD

The Update of the DataCard  - for a Text field (change to your control name)

YourDDName.Selected.Widgets

For a Choice field

{Value:YourDDName.Selected.Widgets}

 

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Hi @lparkerMDVIP ,

Just checking if you got the result you were looking for on this thread. Happy to help further if not.

 

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