When created, SharePoint sites can contain a number of libraries, lists, and one or more Web Part Pages composed of one or more Web Parts. As you customize your site, you might decide that you do not need all of the Web Parts on these Web Part Pages and might want to remove them.
In this exercise, you will delete and close Web Parts to remove them from a Web site’s home page.
OPEN a SharePoint team site. The exercise will use the http://wideworldimporters site, but you can use whatever site you wish. If prompted, type your user name and password, and click OK.
In the upper right corner of the page, click the arrow next to the Welcome <your name> message and check that the Show Personal View menu option is displayed. This indicates ...