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Welcome to the '''ARRSEPedia Tutorial'''. This is intended for [[user|users]] who have already learned about ARRSEPedia through the [[ARRSEPedia_Intro|Main Page]] and are ready to get started. After reading this series of pages you will gain the basic skills and knowledge you'll need as you become a [[user|ARRSEpedian]].
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Each page will discuss a useful feature of the wiki software, a piece of style and content guidance, information about the ARRSEPedia community, or important policies and conventions.
  
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial|Front page]] <br/>
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Keep in mind that this is a ''tutorial'', not a definitive policy page or an extensive manual.  If you want more details, throughout the tutorial there are [[Help:Edit#Links|wiki link]]s to other ARRSEPedia pages.  Those pages have more information on the topics here.  If you want to read them as you go along, you might want to open them in a separate window.
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Editing)|Editing]]<br/>
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[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Formatting)|Formatting]]<br/>
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There will be links to "[[sandbox|sandbox]]" pages where you can practice what you're learning.  Try things out and play around.  Nobody will get upset if you mess up an experiment in these practice areas, so play around and see what you can do.  As it says on the [[ARRSEPedia_Intro|Main Page]], it is extremely easy to 'undo' [[edit|edits]] so don't worry!
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Wikipedia links)|Wikipedia links]] <br/>
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[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Related site links)|Related site links]]<br />
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[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(External links)|External links]] <br/>
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Ready? OK, [[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Editing)|let's begin!]]
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Talk pages)|Talk pages]] <br/>
 
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Keep in mind)|Keep in mind]] <br/>
 
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Registration)|Registration]] <br/>
 
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Namespaces)|Namespaces]]<br />
 
[[ARRSEPedia_Tutorial_(Wrap-up and more info)|Wrap-up]] <br />
 
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Latest revision as of 11:02, 9 May 2006

Tutorialpic.jpg
This article is part
of the ARRSEPedia Tutorial
Tutorial pages...

Front page
Editing
Formatting
ARRSEPedia links
External links
Talk pages
Keep in mind
Registration
Namespaces
Wrap-up

See also...

Help page

Welcome to the ARRSEPedia Tutorial. This is intended for users who have already learned about ARRSEPedia through the Main Page and are ready to get started. After reading this series of pages you will gain the basic skills and knowledge you'll need as you become a ARRSEpedian.

Each page will discuss a useful feature of the wiki software, a piece of style and content guidance, information about the ARRSEPedia community, or important policies and conventions.

Keep in mind that this is a tutorial, not a definitive policy page or an extensive manual. If you want more details, throughout the tutorial there are wiki links to other ARRSEPedia pages. Those pages have more information on the topics here. If you want to read them as you go along, you might want to open them in a separate window.

There will be links to "sandbox" pages where you can practice what you're learning. Try things out and play around. Nobody will get upset if you mess up an experiment in these practice areas, so play around and see what you can do. As it says on the Main Page, it is extremely easy to 'undo' edits so don't worry!


Ready? OK, let's begin!