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

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Modifying a Built-In List Form Page

Lists and libraries, when created, provide a number of built-in view pages. They also provide built-in pages to create new list items, edit, and display existing list items; upload documents create a new document and edit and display metadata associated with documents. These pages are known as form pages. Like view pages, form pages consist of one Web Part zone named Main and one Web Part. However, whereas view pages use an LVWP, form pages use a Web Part named the List Form Web Part (LFWP).

Although form pages are Web Part pages, you cannot modify them by using the browser. Also in SharePoint Designer, unlike the LVWP on list views, the LFWP on form pages does not provide the List View Options smart tag, so ...

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