SharePoint 2010 Action Items Menu Webpart

Posted on 2012-08-17
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Last Modified: 2012-08-21
I am constructing a subsite and need an "Action Item" menu webpart.

I thought it was included (OTB) with the standard SharePoint install, however I do not see it under "Editing Tools" > Insert > Webpart or "Editing Tools" > Insert > New List.

Am I looking in the wrong place? Howe can I get this webpart?
Question by:Lord_Dragon
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by:Justin Smith
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Do you have the SharePoint Enterprise Feature activated on your site?
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by:Justin Smith
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Unless....you are talking about a Task list.  Not sure.

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Yes, the SharePoint Enterprise Feature is activated.

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