Sharepoint Navigation Issue

I have no idea how to fix this however it was brought to my attention that a page within one of my site collections (site1) called (page1) is showing up on my (site1) navigation accross the top.  When you click on (page1) you get a list of the (site1) navigation on the  quick launch to the left.  Does anyone know how to fix this. I cannot seem to remove this from the navigation settings within the site collection, only hide it.

MOSS 2007 Publishing Sites

Any help would be appreciated. thanks.

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Rafael ISolutions EngineerCommented:
Go to "Site Actions" -> "Site Settings" for the site that (page1) is part of.  Then click "Navigation."  The 4th option should be "Current Navigation" which has an icon on the right that highlights the left menu bar and different options.  Is this the option you wanted?
mockwebAuthor Commented:
No, I aready know about that option. I have figrued out what the issue was. The site I was referring to was not using the correct .master page therefore it was pulling the navigation in from the top level site.  

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Rafael ISolutions EngineerCommented:
awesome!  good to hear you're back on track!
mockwebAuthor Commented:
solved my issue
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