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Create view for document library folders in MOSS 2007

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I have following folder structure in my document library list
Folder
 Folder 1
 Folder 2
   Folder 2A
   Folder 2B

I want to show the items inside the Folder 2A and Folder 2B in views.
My requirement is like that, users belongs to Folder 2A doesn't want to navigate Folder -> Folder 2 ->Folder 2A then add new items.

Is there any way to create views for folders in Share Point?





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Question by:tomcool18
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MelMc earned 200 total points
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Not that I know of. That is why we use grouping instead of folders. You can group 2 deep.
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