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Vertical site navigation to SharePoint 2010?

How to build vertical site navigation to the SharePoint 2010?
I tried to enable Tree View navigation, but it had too many levels.
I would like to have only 1 level of subsites in nice format.
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NormanMainaCommented:
You can create the navigation that you want by determining in advance the hierarchy that you want for the Web sites and pages you are creating. You can either fine-tune the hierarchy by using the Navigation Settings page available through the Site Actions menu or you can use the Site Settings page in SharePoint Server 2010.
Go to:Site Settings>Quick Launch and Enable Tree view
Go to:Site Settings>Navigation to modify/edit your site navigation.
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NormanMainaCommented:
To go to Site Settings:
On the Home page, click on SITE ACTIONS>SITE SETTINGS>MODIFY ALL SITE SETTINGS

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SynocusAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but Treeview causes problems. I needs to excelude all libraries, workflow tasks. etc.
I would like to see only subsites. Nothing else. How do I do this?
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NormanMainaCommented:
you want a view for users with lesser permissions to not see libraries,work flow tasks etc?

You can do that by editing the master page using spd.
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SynocusAuthor Commented:
It is not permission issue. Please see image I attached in the original post. It is requirement that navigation look like in the image because of usability and graphical design guidelines.
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ewilleCommented:
Would I be correct in assuming that you already edited the master page to get the look you provided in the picture?  

If so, follow the path Norman suggested Site Settings > Navigation.  From there you will be able to show, hide and create site headings.
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NormanMainaCommented:
Synocus, you first have to hide the default sharepoint lists using sharepoint designer.
Then go to Site Setting>Navigation and create the navigation you desire.
For example you can add links to button image files that look like the image you provided.
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