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Once a user has submitted an Infopath form, can I have one of the fields in it (i.e. location 'London' or 'NYC') display in the library view of all the submitted forms?

If so, how do I do this?

Thanks,

Fin.

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In the form options, you need to specify that your location in the form is a promoted field. Once it is promoted, it will display in the document library and you can sort/filter views based on that as needed.

http://localgovernmentsharepoint.wordpress.com/2010/01/20/infopath-property-promotion-accessing-your-infopath-fields-in-a-sharepoint-library/

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Of course. I remember reading about that, now you mention it! I've just tested it and it works fine. Thanks. –  finisterre Aug 8 '12 at 13:00
    
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Re-run Publishing wizard and promote the fields you want to see

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Yup! It's easy to forget to promote newly created field values. +1 for the screenshots, Gennady! However, if you are publishing to "Administrator Approved" templates, the screenshots are going to be different. –  BGM Oct 24 '12 at 19:44
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