I have a document library in Sharepoint 2007 in which I have seet up a number of different views so that the users who work with the information in that library can filter down to the specific area that they work with. The view itself works great,
and they are able to see their data quite easily. The problem comes when they actually go in and edit any of the items. Unlike most software in the civilized world for the past 30 years, the user is not returned to the view that they were working
with, but to the defult view. This means that any task where they are required to do many edits at a time becomes a frustrating nightmare and waste of time. Is there any setting I can change, or anything else at all that I can do to give my users
a little relief by making the site navigation such that they are returned after an edit to the same view that they were in before the edit? Ideally, it would be nice if the same scroll position within the view were returned as well, but I suspect that
I may be asking for too much by pushing that issue. HELP! HELP! Any and all constructive assistance is appreciated.
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