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

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Creating a Web Part Page by Using a Browser

When a SharePoint site is created, it contains a number of page, most of which contain Web Parts. You can create additional pages, known as Web Part Pages. You can only use the browser to create Web Part Pages, and when you create these pages they are stored and accessed via document libraries.

When you use SharePoint Designer to create an ASP.NET page, you are not limited to storing them in a document library; as you will see later in this chapter, you can store pages in the root of the site or in a folder. However, if you plan to create a large number of pages, you should create a document library specifically for this purpose. You can use this document library to store both the pages you create using ...

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