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Teamsite owner can't do navigation editing and sorting

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I built our intranet using MOSS 2007.  I created several department sites using teamsite template.  Since I let site owners manage their sites, one of the site owners tried to rearrange the left navigation on her site.   However, she couldn't see any items under Navigation Editing and Sorting section so that she couldn't edit headings or move up or down any headings or links.   I checked if she got the full control permission as her site permission.  I am site collection administrator so that I can see all items listed under that section.  Why can't she as the site owner see any navigation items?

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