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SharePoint 2010 : Rename a List or Document Library or Change Its Description

12/3/2010 9:15:52 AM
To change an existing list’s or library’s title or description, open the list’s or library’s settings page by switching to the List ribbon or Library ribbon and clicking the List Settings or Library Settings button. At the top of the page that appears, under the General Settings section, click Title, Description, and Navigation link.

On the page that opens, shown in Figure 1, you can set a new title for the list or library, change the description, and choose whether a link to the list or library should appear in the quick launch navigation bar.

Figure 1. Changing the list or library name, description, and navigation options.


Note

Changing the name of a list or library does not change the link to that list or library. The link stays the same, but the title that is displayed changes.

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