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I want create a FAQ on a page - how can I do it on SP2010
Functionality - there will be almost 10 FAQ and when you click one one particular FAQ (question), it should go to other page for solotion.
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-Link Summary web part
-Content editor web part
-Wiki (probably best bet)

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