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Wiki Markup
```Use the markup shown in the examples below to format the text in your pages.

||What you need to type||What you will get||
|\\*strong*|*strong* |
|\\*bold text*|*bold text* |
|\\_emphasis_|_emphasis_|
|\\_italics_|_italics_
_Hint:_ To italicise parts of a word, add braces (curly brackets) around the underscore. For example, {{Thing\{\_}x\_}} gives you this: Thing{_}x_ |
|\\??citation??|??citation??|
|\\-deleted-|-deleted-|
|\\+inserted+|+inserted+|
|\\^superscript^|^superscript^
_Hint:_ There are two ways to make superscripts work in wiki markup, when used directly after another word or character:
* Add a space before the superscript. For example, {{kg/m \^3\^}} gives you this: kg/m ^3^
* Add braces (curly brackets) around the superscript markup. For example, {{kg/m\{\^}3\^}} gives you this: kg/m{^}3^ |
|\\~subscript~|~subscript~|
|\\{{monospaced}}|{{monospaced}}|
|\\bq. Here's how you make text in a paragraph into a block quotation|bq.  Here's how you make text in a paragraph into a block quotation|
|\\{nomarkup}{color:red}look ma, red text!{color}{nomarkup}|{color:red}look ma, red text!{color}|

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