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Duplicate documents in shared documents library

Posted on 2011-03-03
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The shared documents library has duplicates of the documents.  It looks as if two web parts are in the library and also the Library tools tab is no longer listed at the top of the page.  How can I correct this?
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It sounds like someone added a web part to the root of the library. Is this something you can screen shot? You will probably have to delete the web part that was added. Do you know which one it was?
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Duh on my end.  I edited the page and simply deleted the duplicate web part.
Thank you
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