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Edit content webpart in SharePoint 2007

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Hi experts,

I like to ask instead of content editor, is there a "edit content" webpart i can plonk in my webpart page that allows me to edit the content directly when i click on "edit content" - in 1 step

Content editor required 3 steps, to edit - modify shared webpart - rich text editor
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good suggestion, thanks yagya.

however is not answering my question.
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Did you manage to get an answer for your query?
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Nope
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Anyone can help
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I need a webpart that is simpler than content editor whereby it can edit content directly with 1 click of "edit content"
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Hi sharepoint2013,

You can not achieve this with OOB options present in sharepoint.

You can ask your developer to develop custom code, which can be used to create a hyperlink on the webpart toolbar, where you can do single click and it will take you to rich text editor

Alternet option was already provided by me in my previous response.

How to Solve Your SharePoint Rich Text Editor Blues
https://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/sites/eusp/Pages/how-to-solve-your-sharepoint-rich-text-editor-blues.aspx
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My tip would be to move to migrate to SharePoint 2010 where you can directly edit in the page.
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What will the custom code look like, a jscript?

"develop custom code, which can be used to create a hyperlink on the webpart toolbar, where you can do single click and it will take you to rich text editor"
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Anyone can assist?
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