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Pro SharePoint Designer 2010 by David Petersen, Steve Wright

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C H A P T E R  4

Managing Web Parts

Web parts are an important piece for quickly creating dynamic and robust SharePoint sites. SharePoint 2010 provides several web parts to help you quickly get started. Although you can add web parts to web pages in the browser, it is much quicker and more efficient to create web part pages in SharePoint Designer.

You will learn about the following topics in this chapter:

  • Creating Web part pages, master pages, and wiki pages
  • Working with Web parts and controls
  • Using the Web Part Gallery
  • Adding and configuring web parts
  • Using personal views vs. shared views
  • Connecting web parts
  • Exporting web parts
  • Fixing broken pages

If lists are the foundation for the data stored in SharePoint, web parts are the foundation ...

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