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Posted on 2011-02-28
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I have a webpart that currently shows org announcements that are collapsed by Date.  Although I want to show the newest at the top.  Currently its is reversed.  How do I do this in Sharepoint 2007.
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Edit webpart settings .

Under Order By (Created ) I would assume ,  select Descending .
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I need the highlighted areas switched so the newest is on top, I didnt see what you were referring too.  
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can you select the one of the items and select "View Properties"

That would show you which column is name (2010-04 ) or (2011-02) etc.

thanks
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