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To simply do away with the personalized changes you’ve made, reset the page content. Resetting
page content simply clears the personalized version of the page and resets it to match the current
shared version of the page.
1. To reset personalized content, make sure you are in the personal view of the page, click
the Account menu, and select Reset Page Content (Figure 5.47).
menu, Reset Page
A dialog box will open warning you that all personalized web parts will be reset to their
shared values and any private web parts (web parts you added to you view manually)
will be deleted. That’s fine.
2. Click OK to reset the page contents.
The page will return the personal view to the current shared version’s state.
Enabling the Wiki Home Page Feature
Now that we have explored the web part page lurking under the wiki home page of the Team
Site, it’s time to reenable the wiki home page feature. To do that, you simply activate the Wiki
Page Home Page feature again.
1. To enable the wiki home page, go to Site Actions , and click Site Settings in the menu.
2. On the Site Settings page, select Manage Site Features in the Site Actions category.
3. In the Site Features page, click the Activate button for the Wiki Page Home Page feature
Once the feature is activated, go back to the home page. You will see that it is back to its
original settings before the feature was deactivated (Figure 5.49). No harm done.
That’s it. We’ve covered two kinds of pages that can hold web parts: a web part page (list and
library pages are web part pages) and a wiki page. You’ve learned what web parts are
available out of the box with SharePoint Foundation (the Server version has more, since you paid for
them), as well as why there are List View web parts and what they do. You’ve edited web parts
and configured their settings. You’ve added web parts to different pages, deleted one, closed