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Add or Remove Personal Web Parts Permission

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

With Contribute rights, "Add or Remove Personal Web Parts on a Web Part Page" permission is included. What is this permission exactly ? What are Personal Web Parts ?

Does this mean user can add a List or Library Web Part to a page in the site where he/she has contribute permission ?

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I'm a site admin and I'm having trouble making web parts available to Contribute-level users to use in a personal view. I have a site with multiple lists. When I log in as a Full Control user and click to "Add a Web Part," I see a list of web parts for the lists on the site. But if I log in in as a user with Contribute rights and try to create a personal view - when I click on "Add a Web Part," nothing happens. Is this a permissions problem, for example do I have to identify which web parts are available for personal views?

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