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Rating Webpart for MOSS 2007

Posted on 2009-07-13
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knows of a good Rating Webpart that can be used with MOSS 2007?  We've been using a freebie from Sharepoint HQ but that seems that at least contribute and/or manage hierarchy rights is required in order for a user to rate a story.  This results in a typical user being allowed to modify the content of the whole page.

http://www.sharepointhq.com/products/free_webparts/rate_it.htm

Does anyone know of a better webpart that allows rating for a typical user with read rights?

Thanks!
TekelecDeveloper
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The SharePoint toolbox is what you need :p
http://sptoolbasket.codeplex.com/
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Perfect!  That was the one we were actually exploring today.  So far so good!
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