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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Working with Web Parts

Web parts, as in previous versions of SharePoint, continue to play an integral role in SharePoint 2010 sites. There are two main types of Web parts. One type involves site-specific content Web parts, such as those Web parts dynamically generated when you create new lists and libraries in SharePoint sites, namely XSLT List View Web parts (XLVs). For instance, when you create a new list named List X, you can add multiple instances of List X as an XLV to pages throughout your site. The other type is functional Web parts, or those Web parts that you can leverage to add or enhance functionality to SharePoint pages. One such Web part is the Content Query Web Part (CQWP), which is one of the out-of-the-box Web parts included ...

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