Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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2. On the Insert ribbon, click the Web Parts button to open the web parts workspace.
3. In the workspace, to insert the Relevant Documents web part, select the Content Rollup
category in the Categories column, select Relevant Documents from the Web Parts
column, and click Add in the About The Web Part column.
After a moment while SharePoint thinks about it, the Relevant Documents web part should
be inserted right where you indicated it should (Figure 5.7).
Inserted the
Relevant Documents
web part
If the web part isn’t where you want it (now that you can see where it landed), feel free to move
it around by clicking and dragging the title bar until it suits you.
In my case, I’d like to move it into the right column, beneath the stock photo. To do so, while
in edit mode, make sure there is an insertion point in the area you want to put your web part. If
not, click above it (it might be beside a picture or web part) and press Enter, just like you would
to insert something into the text in Word.
Once you have a point to move the web part to, click the web part’s title bar (make sure you
are in edit mode), and drag it to the new position where you want it on the page (you should get
a four-headed arrow as you drag to the new position). As you can see in Figure 5.8, I’ve moved
Relevant Documents to the right column below the photo.
The Relevant Documents web part will display all documents relevant to the logged-in user,
so it may seem redundant right next to the Shared Documents web part. Because it’s more useful,
because it shows documents from all libraries on the site and not just that one, it now makes the
Shared Documents web part obsolete and makes a good argument for removing it from the page.
Another nice thing about the Relevant Documents web part is that it has a column to display
the name of the library the listed item is located in. It’s very convenient to see at a glance not just
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