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Office and SharePoint 2007 User's Guide: Integrating SharePoint with Excel, Outlook, Access, and Word by Michael P. Antonovich

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3.3. Adding Functionality with Web Part Pages

In the previous section, you saw how easily you can create basic web pages within SharePoint using the Rich Text Editor. However, basic web pages do not let you display your libraries or lists.

3.3.1. Creating a New Web Part Page

As shown earlier in Figure 3-1, you can create a web part page by clicking Create within the Site Actions menu and then selecting Web Part Page from the Web Pages section. Figure 3-10 shows the new web part page. In addition to naming the page, you must select a page layout, of which SharePoint includes several. These layouts consist of various combinations of zones or content areas, including header, footer, left column, right column, body, multiple center columns, and ...

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