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How to have multiple Links Web Part (or List) in the SharePoint First page

Posted on 2009-04-03
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Hi There,
I need to keep a few group of Internet Web Address and IP's and comment for each one, I like to have different Links as web part to keep each group in one. This is what I do: I click on add a Web Part, Go to Lists and add Links, then repeat it to craete secon and third one, but the second and third Links copy the existing content from the first one, basically they share one content even they have different name, it means if I remove one record from first one it delete from all, How can I have 2-3 different Links web part? Is there a limitation of one?
If there is a limitation, is there anything similar to Links? I basically need a simple page that I can add/remove/edit records with a few fields, any suggestions?
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By default every site have one Link Lists already available/created. To have multiple Link Lists, you first need to create a new Link List (View All Site Contents -> Create -> Links under Tracking) or (Site Actions -> Create -> Links under Tracking). Once you have created these Lists, they will be available when choosing Webparts from "Add a webpart" option.
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