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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by Penelope Coventry

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Using Toolbars

SharePoint Designer consists of 11 built-in toolbars that provide you with a visual way of manipulating elements on your pages. Many of these toolbars are similar to the ones you use in other Microsoft Office applications, such as Standard, Formatting, Common, and Tables. A number of them are SharePoint Designer–specific: Code View, Dynamic Web Template, Master Page, Pictures, Positioning, Style, and Style Application. As with other Office applications, you can decide to show multiple toolbars simultaneously, and by default, SharePoint Designer will dock them under the menu bar. You can decide to dock them in other locations or to undock them completely and have them float over the program window. You can create your own toolbars ...

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