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These are the things I have tried already.

There are 3 columns in the imported table. One of them is a date column. In IE there is an option to custom filter that column by adding some greater than or less than restrictions, but I really need something that is easy for end users to look and and understand. A lot of the employees that will be using this aren't technology savvy at all.

The jquery ones seem like they are trying to filter, but don't actually filter. They just reload the list.

Any help would be very appreciated.

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im presuming that the users wont be importing the data them selfs and then filtering on the list or is the list already there and the users just want an easy understandable interface for filtering the list? – ali Sharepoint Apr 27 '13 at 9:02
End users won't import any data, that is correct. I want an easily understandable interface for filtering the list. If it could be specific to one of the columns within the list (a date column) that would be terrific. If not, still good. – David Burns Apr 29 '13 at 12:53

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