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Microsoft® SharePoint® Designer 2010 Unleashed by Kathy Hughes

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Reattaching a Publishing Page to Its Page Layout

Effectively, when you reattach a page layout you are uncustomizing the publishing page, the reversal of when you removed the page layout.

Note

Unlike uncustomizing non-publishing pages, such as Web Part pages, using the Reset to Site Template command, a copy of the page in its customized state is not saved.

Reattaching a page to its page layout is similar to detaching the page. Use the following steps:

1. In SharePoint Designer, click All Files and then click the Pages library. Locate page you want to reattach and right-click the page. Click Reattach to Page Layout, shown in Figure 15.69.

Figure 15.69 Option to reattach a page to its page layout.

2. You see a warning message advising you that ...

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