In SharePoint 2007, default list views offer a selector in the top right corner, allowing you to switch between views of a same list:
The view selector is also present in SharePoint 2010, but not as easy to spot as in the previous version. It is actually available in two locations:
– In browse mode: click on the down arrow next to the list/library name
– in the ribbon, under List Tools (or Library Tools)
Hope this helps!
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Any advice in WSS 3.0 on how to show more than 48 views when modifying a shared web part. I am creating a webpart page for each of the 50 states plus DC and PR. I have created a view for each of the 50 states, but only 48 will show in the pick window when I am modifying a shared web part.
Dawn – you may be better looking at web part connections and filtering rather than setting up a view for each state for this.
There are filter provider web parts built into MOSS / SP2010 Enterprise, commercial ones, fremium ones and open source projects.
This comparison covers some of them – disclaimer, its for my own companies products so its bound to be a little biased 😉
Thanks so much. this simple tip really helped