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lex
post Mar 15 2018, 07:13 AM
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The below (at 24:33) basically states that central lists are stored at the root level. How do I see them in Access? I want to do proper Governance (diligence ... smarts.... etc) and use existing but don't know how to find them. Thanks for your help!!

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ranman256
post Mar 15 2018, 07:34 AM
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lists come from tables/queries. I dont know what the #$@ root level is. Some business verbage to synergize the paradigm.

anyway all lists and combo box data comes from queries. (better than tables since they are customizable)
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lex
post Mar 15 2018, 04:02 PM
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Thank you,ranman256

In SharePoint which I believe this discussion board is about there are site collections which are viewed as a top-level (root)

Site collection administrators manage site Collections and those below do not have any control over it

I am one of those lower owners

I would like to make use of a list created at the site collection level without the owners involvement (read-only basis)

I have access to Office 365, SharePoint designer and access


I hope that clarifies and thank you for your time

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