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Sharepoint 2010 location of results.aspx

Posted on 2012-08-31
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Last Modified: 2012-09-09
I need to edit the results.aspx on a test system. Where can I find this file to edit. Its to insert code into the page that will show an edit link for each document found in a search
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If you do a query in the search center do you not arrive at the page you are looking for?
If you want to edit in sharepoint designer then it is a page with the /search/ site... you need site ownership in order to be able to edit it.


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