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Sharepoint Document Library Permissions

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I have a document library that houses a few hundred forms that are all filled out by different individuals. Everyone has access to this library but I want it modified so that each person can only see their own document. The only way I can see doing this is setting individual permissions for each doc which would be unrealistically tedious.

I need an Out of th Box (OTB) solution, no code, no 3rd party apps.

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Not very secure but you can hide the other docs by creating a view where created = [me]
This means each user will only see docs they created
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Good enough, thanks for the idea!!
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