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Sharepoint 2003 Areas and SubAreas

  Asked By: Nelson    Date: Apr 22    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1053

I'm new to Sharepoint 2003 but an old pro at 2001. I've added new "Areas and SubAreas" to Sharepoint but when I go into the Areas I've created, they are empty, only showing if there are SubAreas. I've also added lists and document library to these areas but I hate how they are under the Manage Content instead of listed on the Areas page. What is everyone out there putting on the Areas pages?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Lee Black     Answered On: Apr 22

Listings to published content or WSS sites.

Of course, you could change what gets provisioned in an Area by default. I
recommend at a minimum removing the default Document Library. If the users
need one, force them to create it and give it a good name.

 
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