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SharePoint 2007: The Definitive Guide by Christopher J. Regan, Piotr Prussak, Christopher Pragash, Joris Poelmans, Nilesh Mehta, Jason Medero, Michael Lotter, Murray Gordon, Bob Fox, Christopher M. Buechler, James Pyles

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Customizing a Meeting Workspace Site

Once you've created your Meeting Workspace site, it's time to customize it and give the site all of the details you require to satisfy your goals. You can change the content and design of the site by adding or moving Web Parts and Web Part content. Features you can include on your site are document libraries, sales contacts, productivity charts, and any other elements relevant to your meetings.

New or Existing Meeting Workspace page

Figure 10-5. New or Existing Meeting Workspace page

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Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 have more information about customizing SharePoint sites.

Adding a List or Library to Your Workspace Site

In Chapter 8, you saw how to add a List View Web Part to a Web Part page. This type of Web Part can display all or a filtered portion of a list or library, such as a sales contacts list, and can be an asset to your Meeting Workspace site.

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You can also see Chapter 14 for more information about lists.

  1. On the site, click Site Actions and select Edit Page from the menu.

  2. Click Add Web Parts on the desired Web Part field's title bar, as shown in Figure 10-6.

  3. On the Add Web Parts page under Lists, check the checkbox next to the list you want to add, and then click Add.

    Adding a Web Part to a Meeting Workspace site

    Figure 10-6. Adding a Web Part to a Meeting Workspace site

Alternate Method of Adding a List or Library

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