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SharePoint Announcements only display 5 items at a time

Posted on 2010-09-17
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I have created a sharepoint site with a home page that displays announcements.  My only issue is that it will show 5 announcements but then you must click on the "more announcements" link at the bottom to display all of them in a table format.  Is there anyway to change the number that is displayed?  I would like to increase this to at least 15 if possible.
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melli111 earned 500 total points
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You need to modify the view; it's in the item limit section
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I figured it out about 1 minute after I submitted this.  Thanks for your quick response.
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