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SharePoint 2007 Quote of the Day

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Can someone recommend me a good Quote of the Day web part for SharePoint 2007? (Free/Paid/or even self developed)
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Free quotes webpart is available on codeplex. Here is the link

http://quoteswebpart.codeplex.com/


Also look into this

Create your own SharePoint “Quote of the Day” Web Part using the CEWP – No Coding required
http://sharepointgeorge.com/2009/sharepoint-quote-day-web-part-cewp-code-required/
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