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italic

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'''bold'''

bold

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(=Level 1= is used only for a page's title, and is generated automatically.)
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Level 4

Level 5
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Empty lines between list items discouraged (see numbered lists).

* One
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** Two point one
* Three

  • One
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Numbered list<ref name="firstline" />
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# One
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See also

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User contribution pages, article history pages, watch lists, and recent changes are helpful in keeping track of what your fellow editors are doing. This graphic explains some of the features.