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SharePoint Access view

SharePoint Access view

SharePoint Access view

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Steps I am following to create Access view on SP 2010 Discussion Board or List:

1) Click on create Access view.
2) It opens a new instance of MS Access 2010 on my machine and asks me to save it.
3) After I save it, I select what feature I want to use (Forms, Reports, etc). I create a report and save it.
4) Then, I 'save it to SharePoint site'(for e.g. Shared Documents library).
5) After following the above steps, my report name should appear in the drop down selection of views on the Discussion Board or List. But it doesn't?

I am able to do this on SP 2007 and it works like a charm. Any idea what am I doing wrong here?

Note: When I do it on SP 2007, I always get 'Publish to SP site' option in MS Access 2007. But on 2010, I get 'Save to SP site' option.

Thanks in advance for the help..!!

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