Using Markdown

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Markdown is an editing language converted from HTML which allows you to format text using plain text.

Here's how it looks:

Use asterisks to create bold or italicized words.

*italicized words*
**bold words**


Headers are defined by preceding your text with one or more # corresponding to header levels.

# A Heading
## A Subheading
### A Sub-subheading


The text is inside the brackets is the alternate text that is displayed when the user hovers their mouse over the image, and the link is an online place for that image.

![Image of Pico](

The link inside the parentheses should be an link to the image online.

Email Addresses

Put the text of the link inside square brackets and mailto: as well as the email address inside parentheses immediately following the square brackets.

[Email PiCO](


Use numbers or asterisks for lists:

1. Pineapple
2. Canadian Bacon
* Peanut Butter
* Jelly
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