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Sharepoint 2010 title bar remove ??

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Every time I create a new site in Sharepoint 2010, it puts a link in the Title bar.  I see the option to not do it when creating them, but how do I remove it after I put it on there.

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typerracer earned 500 total points
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Site Actions -> Site Settings -> Top Link Bar in 2007.  I think it's pretty similar in 2010.
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