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2: Entanglement

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    Getting Started

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    • Colons are not allowed as part of the chapter or page names, as it interferes with the automatic renumbering (use a dash instead).
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    Basic Concepts

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    : Dragging and moving a file/folder next to a location. Notice where the blue arrow and line are!

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    New Page: Creates a new page inside the currently selected item.

    Delete: Deletes the currently selected item and its descendants. Be careful!

    Merge Folder Up: Makes all of the pages part of the parent folder, and then removes the folder. Useful if you have an extra folder in between the Cover page and the content.

    Default: Replaces your work with the default LibreText template. Useful if you are planning on adding a majority of the content yourself and want the basic structure set up.

    Clear All: Completely resets the editor. All unpublished changes will be lost.

    2: Entanglement is shared under a not declared license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by LibreTexts.

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