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Building a page in sharepoint 2010.   I have many links to add to the page.    I am trying to add and organize them into different categories, with each having its own web part.

After creating the lists, modifying names, columns, etc.  I find that each of the webparts I added all point to the same list!.   Multiple lists, but only one set of content.

How do I add separate links lists on the same page, each with its OWN content?
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Try using the summary links web part. It does a lot and sounds like it might meet your needs.

Hope that helps
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Thanks - glad that helped
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