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Delete a list or library or remove a Web Part in a Meeting Workspace site

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Delete a list or library

When you delete a list or library, you delete it from the workspace site. You also remove the associated Web Part from the page where it appeared. However, you can add the same Web Part back to a page to create a new list or library. For example, you can delete the Objectives list, which will automatically remove its associated Web Part from the page, but the Objectives Web Part is still available in the Add Web Parts task pane so you can add the Web Part and create a new Objectives list.

  1. In the title bar of the Web Part that is on the page, click the list or library name.

  2. Under Actions , click Modify Settings and Columns .

  3. Click Delete this list .

Notes:

  • You must be a member of the Web Designer or Administrator site group to do this procedure.

  • If the workspace site covers more than one meeting, the list is deleted for all the meetings.

  • You can't delete the Attendees list.

Remove a Web Part for a list or library

When you remove a Web Part, only the part is removed from the page. The associated list or library is not deleted. If the workspace site covers more than one meeting, the part is removed from that page for all the meetings that the page is displayed for.

  1. On the Modify This Workspace menu, click Design this Page . Make sure a check mark appears next to the command.

  2. On the Web Part for the list, library, or other feature, click the drop-down arrow, and then click Delete .

If you change your mind, you can add back the part for that specific list.

  1. On the Modify This Workspace menu, click Design this Page . Make sure a check mark appears next to the command.

  2. On the Modify This Workspace menu, click Add Web Parts .

  3. On the drop-down menu next to Create Lists , click Browse .

  4. In the Web Part list, drag the Web Part you previously deleted to a zone on the page.

Note: You must be a member of the Web Designer or Administrator site group to do this procedure.

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