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I have a infopath form which add records to a list. This is regarding policy acceptance by users. Is there a way to generate report to identify who all did not complete the "Policy Acceptance" form? (one way is to maintain 2 lists and compare them, but how do you compare 2 list).

2nd question: Is there a way to print all the items in a list for the user who "Rejected" the policy? (BUT 1 RECORD PER PAGE)

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could you give more details regarding your application? List columns, storage, workflow, etc. – Supriyo SB Chatterjee Feb 24 '12 at 21:32
They are just custom list. – Maria Burton Feb 27 '12 at 16:52
Any thoughts on this guys. Need a solution? – Maria Burton Feb 27 '12 at 18:43
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There would be at least two lists - UserList and PolicyAcceptance. The UserList contains user information and the PolicyAcceptance captures the input responses. One approach (without programming) would be to link the two lists and creating views (reports) based on the responses. Here are posts that can be of help -

Create Linked Lists in SharePoint 2010.

How to Link Two List and Create a combine view in the SharePoint 2010

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Check out They have a SharePoint 2010 solution that does exactly this. It can be used for any list or document library and can look for any number of entries within a user specified date range.

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