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I made a list in SharePoint 2010 and customized it in InfoPath. This list will grow and I need to implement a search function so we can find a case by for example name field to view?How can I do that?

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I made a list in SharePoint 2010 and customized it in InfoPath. This list will grow and I need to implement a search function so we can find a case by, for example, name field to view the whole case or edit it in the future? How can I do that?

I'm not expert in SharePoint and InfoPath. I did research and tried some solutions but did not work. I need to finish this project as soon as possible.

Any suggestions and solutions would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you very much.
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Thank you so much! It was very helpful!
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I have admin access and used the first option. Best Solution! Thanks!
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