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How do I change the order of document libraries in a SharePoint online (2010) web part

Posted on 2012-12-31
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Hello All,

I have added four different document libraries to a web part in SharePoint online.  I now want ot change the order of the document libraries in the web part.  I thought all I would have to do is change the zone index, but this is greyed out.  Any ideas on how to do this?


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Nick
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Yagya Shree earned 500 total points
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Hi Nick,

Changing the order to document library webpart is very simple.

easy way
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Simply left click on the mouse button while highlighting the webpart you want to move and then drag to the location where you want it to be placed.

hard way
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close all webpart you have on the page and add them sequentially.
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The simple way is not working for me.  I highlight highlight the document library but I can't just drag and drop it where I want.  Any ideas?
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