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    siank73
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    #166981

    hi,

    i’m using sharepoint 2007, wss 3.0 and on our main page i have a rectangle box going from right to left with some sales figures inside

    how do i go about removing this rectangle box

    regards
    si

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    Ossian
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    #191626

    Edit the page and remove the web part?

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    Aiden
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    #391776

    when I edit the page, the rectangle is still scrolling, but cannot see a way to remove it

    is this a data source linked to db somehow

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    Ossian
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    #191627

    It is not a standard component of the 2007 home page, so best to ask your SharePoint administrator about it

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    Aiden
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    #391777

    i don’t have a sharepoint admin, hence me going onto fourm to find solution

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    Ossian
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    #191628

    The problem is that someone has customised the page from the standard one, therefore there is no way someone who is not familiar with your SharePoint environment can tell you exactly what to do to remove it. I am assuming it is a web part, which should be removable by editing the page then deleting the web part. It is possible it is added in some other way, in which case a different edit would be needed.

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    Aiden
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    #391778

    i think your right it has been customised away from the standard one, when i click on edit page for web part, i see an edit button, when i select this i get delete, modify shared web part and export, if i select delete this will remove everything that is inside the main rectangle on the intranet page which i don’t want, must be a link to the one i want to remove somewhere

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    Ossian
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    #191629

    Pass – you are going to need to get someone who knows SharePoint to look at your actual page – the code not just a screenshot

    Do you know who built the site originally?

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    Aiden
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    #391779

    the company does not exist anymore, thx anyways

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    Dext
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    #379119

    Have you tried connectingopening the site in SharePoint designer to see if there’s an obvious way?

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