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I have created a view of a list in SharePoint 2007 and it shows up under views. However it does not show up for everyone else. there are a number of views that all people can see. How can i make the view i created like this ?
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 2000 total points
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Public Views are visible to all. Private Views are visible only to the person that created them.

Site Owners can create Public Views, other folk generally can't.

What level of access do you have?

The option to create public or private view is right there at the top of the form when you specify your view.
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