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First sorry about my English. I have a question regarding to view a multiple view in one single page.. is it something that can be done in sharepoint 2010? Or is it possible to achieve... for example I have 3 lists: list1, list2 and list3. Each lists has different columns to each other, however all the lists have 2 of

the same columns which are Year and week. So it is possible to create an expandable view like this

Year 2013 (all list has this column)
     * week 3 (all list has this column)
          *list1 (with the rest of the column)
          *list2 (with the rest of the column)
          *list3 (with the rest of the column)
     *week 2
     *week 1
Year 2012
     *week 52
     *week 51

Many thanks in advance guys

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If you added multiple content types to the same list you could achieve this in a standard list view web part.

If that is not an option then you could maybe use SharePoint Designer to establish a combined data source from all 3 lists.

Depending on where the lists are you could potentially use a CQWP and customise the XSL.

The only other way I can think of is to add all 3 lists to the page, use jQuery to grab the contents of all of them into an array and then lay out your view using the jQuery.

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cool.. thanks for your advise.. works just great with multiple content types – Claudia Benete May 1 '13 at 10:08
Well done! Glad it worked :) – Dave Paylor May 1 '13 at 12:04

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