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Default Document Library renaming Images to Images1


I am having a very strange problem.
WE are trying to extend sharepoint to be used to manage website content.

We have created a set of document libraries that match our website structure, and we allow our content managers to edit these pages directly.

We also use the Url of the document library to work out where this file is intended to go.

I have a problem creating a document library with the name images.
It seems Sharepoint really wants to name this library's url images1.
So if i try view this document library, the url in my browser is something like:

How can i change this so it reads:

Any help on this matter would be much appreciated.
It's really doing my head in.


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