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How do I add a list to a existing sub-page?

Question

​How do I add a list to a existing sub-page?

Answer

Contact Vinod Bharadwaj or Christine Clarke, if you need help or do not understand these instructions.

Any list can be added to any sub-page. The same list can exist on multiple sub-pages. The list is added as "web-part". To add a list to a page there are a couple of "sharepoint wrinkles" to bear in mind:

1).  To be able to easily add additional lists to an existing page, one needs to use a N x 1 table. Then one can add an additional row to the table anywhere to add the additional list.

2).  The table also allows one to control the width of the list display. In the FACET FAQ pages, the table width has been chosen to be 810 pixels.

 

To add a list to an existing sub-page the following steps are needed:

1).  Click on the sub-page on the left navigation that you would like to list to go into and click "[Edit this page]"

2).  Choose where you would like the list to go. At present the lists are in alphabetical order.

3).  Click at the bottom of the list after which you would like your list to go.

4).  On the top editing bar, click on "Layout" under "Table Tools".

5).  Click on the "Insert Below" row icon; This will add a row to the table where you list will go.

6).  Click on the "Format Text" tab on the editing bar and make sure that the "bold", "italic" & "underline" icons are not chosen.

7).  Click on the "Insert" tab on the editing bar and click on "Existing List". Choose the list you want to insert. You may have click on the small arrow under the list to get to the list you want. Click on "Add" to add the list to the sub-page.

8).  You should now see the list on the sub-page. Click on "Save & Close" to save the page.

 

IF YOU MAKE A MISTAKE AT ANY POINT OR YOU NOT HAPPY WITH WHAT YOU HAVE DONE USE THE PULL DOWN MENU UNDER THE SAVE AND CLOSE TO "Stop Editing" AND THEN HIT "Cancel"

 

 

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Created at 5/29/2012 1:49 PM by Bharadwaj, Vinod Kumar
Last modified at 5/29/2012 1:49 PM by Bharadwaj, Vinod Kumar

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