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Building Web Applications with Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by John Jansen

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Creating Pages Containing Web Part Connections in SharePoint

All the functionality in the world wouldn’t be worth much if there weren’t Web pages on which to show the results of those applications. When creating pages in your browser, you must save them to a document library (in SharePoint Designer, pages can be saved to any location inside the Web site). Document libraries are special folders in SharePoint that have a lot of special logic within them. For example, document libraries come with several pages that allow you to upload items, edit items, display the details of specific items, and see a list of all the items stored in them. They also have pages for setting properties such as permissions and views.

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