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I am using SharePoint 2007 Enterprise + Publishing portal template + Windows Server 2008. I want to add a list with two columns, one column displays picture, and the other column displayes rich text. I did not find a way to display picture itself into a list (picture type column of list seems only add a link of picture to the column, not the picture itself). Any ideas how to implement? And is it possible to implement paging on list -- e.g. display 20 items on each page, and if 100 items, display by 5 pages (end user could use page-up and page-down to control paged view)?

thanks in advance, George

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Create a picture library, and then add that webpart to your page. It's already setup to show a thumbnail of the picture in the list, and you could customize the view to show a description column as well. When modifying the view, you can also display how many items are shown per page.

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"that webpart to your page" -- what web part do you mean? – George2 Nov 21 '09 at 6:34
Cool, Sean! Question answered! – George2 Nov 21 '09 at 13:41
I assume you figured it out, but you would edit the page (Site Actions --> Edit Page), click "Add a Web Part", and then select the picture library that you just created. – Sean Earp Nov 23 '09 at 18:55

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