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SharePoint 2010 : See What Files or List Items Are Waiting for Your Approval

11/29/2010 2:26:04 PM
When a list or library is set to require content approval, views are added to the regular list views to help you manage the approval of files or list items. You see those views only if you have approval permissions on the list or library.

To see what files are waiting for your approval, select Approve/Reject Items, as shown in Figure1. The Approve/Reject Items view shows you all the items, grouped by their status. To see the ones that are awaiting approval, look under the Pending group (see Figure 2).

Figure 1. Selecting Approve/Reject Items.


Figure 2. The Pending group shows files or items awaiting approval.


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