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I have a document library that has about 20 items.  These items are sorted in numerical order.
When I display this document library on another page via a web part, it does not sort anymore.
How can I get the sorting to work in a webpart?

I'm using SharePoint 2007.
Thanks.
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Question by:Isaac
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1- Modify Shared Web Part
2- On the right click "Edit the Current View"
3- Scroll down to sort options
4- Select how you want to sort and click ok.

Good Luck
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