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I am using SharePoint 2010. When I select List then the site navigation menu is lost i need that menu remain same after selecting the list and also need the list Tool bar as it is. I want to do this for all list and sub-sites also.

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Following are the steps for solution:

1) Open your main site in SharePoint Designer and copy v4.master for Backup

2) Open v4.master Master page of your site

3) find the <div id="s4-topheader2" class="s4-pr s4-notdlg"> which inside the <div id="s4-titlerow" class="s4-pr s4-notdlg s4-titlerowhidetitle"> and put it below and outside of it and above the <div id="s4-statusbarcontainer"> <div id="pageStatusBar" class="s4-status-s1"></div></div>

4)Check for Master Page link in Look and Feel menu if it is already there then no need to follow step 5 and 6 directly go to step 7

5) now go Site Settings -> Site Collection Administration and open Site Collection Features find feature SharePoint server Publishing Infrastructure and activate this

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6) Again go to Site Settings -> Site Actions and click on Manage site features then activate SharePoint Server Publishing this will enable Master Page in Look and fill menu

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7) go to Look and Feel -> Master page -> Check the Check-box "Reset all sub-sites to inherit this site master page setting" in both Site Master Page and System Master Page then click OK.

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After following the step you got the desire output ::

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