You get an email from marketing informing you that the executive team would like to add a list of key contacts to the main page of the corporate intranet. What do you do?
Each time you create a list or library such as a contact list, SharePoint creates a corresponding Web Part that you can add to a Web Part page, subsequently exposing its contents. To add a list of contacts to the main page of the corporate intranet, you browse to the site and create a contacts list. After entering the key contacts into the list, you expose the contacts on the home page by adding the Contacts List Web Part to a zone on the page.
It's requested that you move the main news Web Part from the small right column to a more prominent section of the home page of the human resources team's collaboration site. How can you make this happen?
You can only add Web Parts to a special type of page called a Web Part page. These pages have zones where you add Web Parts. You cannot add a Web Part unless it is contained in a Web Part zone. Moving a Web Part from one zone to another is a simple drag-and-drop process. To move the News Web Part from the right zone to the main left zone, you enter the page editing mode via the Site Actions tab and then drag and drop the Web Part to a more prominent location, such as the center zone on the page.
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