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SharePoint 2013 For Dummies by Ken Withee

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Chapter 6

Working with Web Parts

In This Chapter

arrow Adding Web Parts to your web pages

arrow Picking the right Web Part

arrow Changing the way your Web Part acts

arrow Using one Web Part to filter another

Web Parts are reusable components that display content on web pages in SharePoint. Just as the name implies, a Web Part is a part of a web page that is all packaged together nicely and easy to work with. Web Parts are a fundamental part of the team site experience, so make it a point to get comfortable with them and know what your options are.

remember.eps The Team Site template is just one option when creating a new SharePoint website. There are other templates you can choose to create a new website, and Web Parts are critical to all of them in SharePoint.

In this chapter, I introduce you to Web Parts and show you how to use them on your web pages.

Adding a Web Part to Your Page

A Web Part is an individual component of content that can be placed on a SharePoint page, in either a zone in a Web Part page or in Rich ...

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