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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Adding Web Parts to Pages

In SharePoint 2010, adding Web parts to pages is simple!

The following assumes that you have read Chapter 5 and understand how to work with and edit pages. It also assumes that you have a current SharePoint 2010 site open in your browser and that you have edit rights to the site. Use the following steps to add a Web part to a Web part or Wiki page:

1. Switch the page to Edit mode and position your cursor on the page at the location you want to insert the Web part.

2. In the ribbon’s Editing Tools contextual menu, click the Insert tab and then click the Web Part command from the ribbon’s Web Parts group, shown in Figure 6.3.

Figure 6.3 Inserting Web parts onto a SharePoint page.

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