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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  

Revision as of 09:02, 24 March 2015

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Under Construction
This page shows the preferred basic layout of a tutorial. It contains the standard sections and formatting to be used. Copy the whole page text to make a new tutorial.
Tutorial template example title image.png
Key
This article uses these graphical conventions
Tutorial template icon window.pngWindow 〉〉 Tab/Panel in Window
ButtonMenuChoiceKeyboard

Introduction

This is where you tell the reader a something about what the tutorial does.

You should include a message telling the reader what sort of difficulty level the tutorial is for.

Specific techniques used in this tutorial

  • First technique.
  • Second technique.

Set-up

Here you should tell the reader what sort of things they need to do before starting the tutorial.

For example, this might be to download a font or image to be used later.

First Section

Each tutorial should be split into a number of logical sections.

Second Section

With each section following on the the one before it.

Conclusion

Here you can give the reader a summary of what they've done and/or give suggestions for further reading and/or experiment.