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Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2010 Inside Out by Penelope Coventry Errin O’Connor Troy Lanphier, Johnathan Lightfoot, Thomas Resing, and Michael Doyle

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Summary

In this chapter, you were introduced to the concept of Web Parts, which are used to display both static and interactive content. The combination of Web Parts on a page allows for the creation of an interactive portal with a default configuration; this configuration can be further customized on an individual basis to accommodate the needs of a subset of users.

Web Parts can be combined with views to relate a particular piece of information in multiple views, based on metadata. They can also be connected to each other so that users can interactively query a subset of information from a Web Parts library.

Finally, you were able to see the differences in the application of Web Parts on both wiki and Web Part pages. It is through these differences ...

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