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Hello-

I have a SharePoint list in 2010 and have it displayed. The folders for navigation are above it. See attached file.

I want to be able to navigate through the folders without the SharePoint form coming up everytime at the bottom

Essentially I want the list to only be in a folder not viewable at the bottom.

Any suggestions?
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
sorry but I do not get it.
From your screenshot:
you have two web parts on this page:
A document library web part (displaying folders and documents) and below either a list view web part or another doc lib web part.

Can you please explain your desired result again?
Question: do you pass (or plan to do so) any filter values from the top doc lib web part to the bottom web part?

Thanks
Rainer
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by:tawathav
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I do not pass any value filters. I want the second web part to be within a folder. How do I accomplish this. Everytime I try it just gets placed at the bottom of every page within at the bottom.

Thank you
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