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Remove check box on list items using SharePoint Designer 2010

Posted on 2012-04-06
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I know how to do this in a regular view, but I have created a custom view using SharePoint Designer and I can't find a way to remove all the check boxes for each item and for the all items box.

I did try the CSS method of adding a content editor web part, but that only hides it making the formating off for the rest of the view.
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I have this figured out. I just used "Empty Data View" instead.
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