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*Undo archive or delete  
 
*Undo archive or delete  
 
*How to Lock and Unlock Articles  
 
*How to Lock and Unlock Articles  
*Page Blanking
 
*Register ... and why
 
 
*Know where to start  
 
*Know where to start  
 
*Recategorize an article  
 
*Recategorize an article  
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*Merge pages  
 
*Merge pages  
 
*Quickly find guidelines for article merging  
 
*Quickly find guidelines for article merging  
*Print or copy an article or screen
 
 
*Explain permanent link  
 
*Explain permanent link  
 
*Create a subpage  
 
*Create a subpage  
 
*Define terms used on pages (''see the discussion tab'')
 
*Define terms used on pages (''see the discussion tab'')
*Define tabs and what they are used for
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*The Navigation Box; Toolbox; and Personal tools options
*Toolbox selections
 
 
*Communicate new issues (give feedback)  
 
*Communicate new issues (give feedback)  
 
*Join a discussion group  
 
*Join a discussion group  

Revision as of 21:40, 4 November 2008

See the Discussion tab for the ongoing discussion about the need to have how-to articles written for each of the topics and features listed below:

Proposed How-to Articles Related to Portal Pages

  • Edit a portal page (see the discussion tab)
  • Add to the directory of portals (see the discussion tab)
  • Add a section (see the discussion tab)

Additional Proposed How-to Articles

  • Undo archive or delete
  • How to Lock and Unlock Articles
  • Know where to start
  • Recategorize an article
  • Disambiguation of titles
  • Quickly find disambiguation guidelines
  • How non-image files are reviewed (see the discussion tab)
  • Redundancy: Finding and Merging Duplicate Articles
  • Merge pages
  • Quickly find guidelines for article merging
  • Explain permanent link
  • Create a subpage
  • Define terms used on pages (see the discussion tab)
  • The Navigation Box; Toolbox; and Personal tools options
  • Communicate new issues (give feedback)
  • Join a discussion group

Note: For definitions of any of these functions, see Wikipedia.org