- Browse to the target list or library
- Click on Site Action > Edit Page
- On the Web Part Click Edit > Modify Shared Web Part
- Change Toolbar to either ‘Summary’ or ‘No toolbar’
- Now users won't get the select ‘View’ drop-down menu
And for users who needs the access, you can create a target audience navigation link that links them to the proper view of the list/library.
What if user types the View URL directly? we can't stop them, right? So the perfect solution is Set Permissions and Restrict Access to SharePoint Views
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