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    Sharepoint list problem

    The navigation Pain is on the left and to the right is the submenu which relates to the area you are in e.g.

    left pain..........Sub menu

    Sports............Volley ball

    What I want to do is move the item tennis up the list so it is above volley ball but I cant seem to find out how to do it. Every time I try to alter the order by going to Actions - Change Order it will only alow me to change the order in the left pain. anyone got any ideas it must be easy to do for someone who knows. Thanks in advance.
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    Do you mean that in the left hand navigation pane you have lists with subheadings and you want to rearrange these sub headings?

    Site Actions, Site settings, look and feel and navigation should allow you to do this.

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    Go to your list and select Actions > Edit in Datasheet

    Now you can copy/cut/paste rows as you wish to get the order you want.

    When done, select Actions > Show in Standard View

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